Lomochrome Turquoise XR 100-400
- ISO: 100
- Film format: 35mm
- Developed: At the local lab
- Camera: Minolta ALF
- Expired: No
This is a difficult film to use if you ask me, in hard I mean finding subjects that looks good with this film. And I must admit that I’m not that found of it.
One thing for sure, you should avoid getting humans in your frame, they get a bluish skin tone, that doesn’t look too good. Unless you’re making a still frame version of Avatar.
Grass, leaves and other greenery, turns out pretty good, or at least that’s what I think. But judge for yourself with the photos below.
I think the best of what I made with this film, are the ones with Jesus on the cross, especially the first one in the gallery below.
I’m properly not gonna use this film again, it’s just a bit too special for my taste. But I’m glad that there are films like this out there, it tells me that the film world is doing OK, when there is room for this kind of films, and even though I don’t like this one, then there are other “special” film, I really like. Like the Color Implosion from Adox, which is not made anymore unfortunately.
Well on with the galley.
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