I have said before and I will say it again that Lomo CN400 is my favourite colour negative film stock that is currently still being made.
I love Fuji Reala 100 but as it is not made anymore and I have a limited stock of it in my freezer I have tried most of the current films to try and get a goto film that I can rely on and that gives me the look that I like when shooting in colour.
Both Lomo CN100 and CN800 are also lovely films but I prefer the 400 iso version as it gives me a good balance in most lighting conditions.
I dug out my Mamiya C330. the other day and as I hadn’t shot colour with it for a while I loaded the lomo 400 and went out for a little walk on a nice bright but slightly cloudy day.
I developed it using the Tetenal C41 kit and scanned it with an Epson v500 using the epson scan software .. removing the dust and tweaking the frames in Adobe Lightroom.
As usual the film didn’t disappoint and neither did the C330, the colours popped and were lovely and sharp.
So here is the whole roll .. I would recommend any other film photographers to give this film a try if they have not already done so you won’t be disappointed.
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