For today’s post I’m sharing a roll that I shot on a day exploring around Cole Harbour and Eastern Passage with a friend of mine. I actually shot two rolls on this day: this roll of Lomochrome purple, as well as a roll of Fuji 200 that I accidentally exposed to light while developing. Super annoying, but I’m over it now.
I’ve shot Lomochrome purple a number of times with different amounts of exposure, and personally I find it looks its best when you give it lots of light. This means I almost always shoot it as a 100 ISO film. This gives it much more variation in the shades of pink and purple, as opposed to having the sort of consistent deep-purple that it tends to get when shot at lower speeds.
Here are a few of my favourite shots from the day that I feel showcase what I’m talking about:
|Camera||Canon Prima Mini|
|Developer||Flic Film C41|
|Scanner||The Negative Space|