Following on from my last post where I shot my 1st roll of the new Kodak Ektachrome showing all 36 frames … today’s post features Lomochrome Purple in 120.
I was pretty excited to try this film as I loved the look of most of the posts that I have seen on the internet.
I was concerned that I may end up with a roll of pink images rather than purple so I took some hints and shot it at 200 iso on a bright day and focused on predominantly green subject matter as I had heard that this gave more purple images.
I had the developing/scanning done by my fav lab FilmDev with an added note that I would prefer purple over pink when it came to the scanning.
I was well happy with the results which did lean more to the subtle purple side but there was a variation in some of the skies with some looking almost monochrome while others had a slight yellow/green tint.
The grain and sharpness was excellent ….
Here are all 12 frames … comments most welcome
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