I inserted a strip of 35mm black and white film into the film slot at the base and rotated a wheel until the full image was visible on the phone. I then selected the 35mm aspect ratio (smaller at.
Review: Lomography Belair X 6-12 Camera (Part 4) Posted on February 5, 2013 by Gary. In the final analysis, is the Lomography Belair a camera worth owning ? As I emphasized in Part 3 of this review, much depends on your expectations and needs. As for me, the answer isn’t as cut and dried as I thought it would be when I started my evaluation. In the previous installment, I evaluated the.
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The Lomography Simple Use Film Camera Color Negative 400 is a pocket-friendly, semi-disposable 35mm film camera. It's fun, inexpensive, and easy to use.
The Berlin Kino film features the brand-new 2019 panchromatic emulsion found on the iconic black and white cine film from Lomography who took inspiration from New German Cinema of the 1960s. The resulting redesigned film produces gorgeous photographs with higher dynamic range. The user can experiment with a variety of filters and development processes to create striking effects. Lomography.
Lomography Earl Grey 100 35mm Film 36 Exposures 3 Pack. Lomography Earl Grey 100 35mm Film 36 Exposures delivers a smooth grain, good tones and a finer grain than the faster Lady Grey 400. A popular film with those photographers who want a simple, affordable film with no fuss. Earl Grey is a Lomography branded film that makes use of Fomapan.
I'll change the light seals and see if there's an improvement - otherwise I like the Lomo 400 film it's a cheap alternative colour film, in fact I'm going to be shooting a LOT more colour film as I've been totally focussing on Black and White for ages and feel like a change. The weird thing is that I don't think it's the camera as the roll of HP5 i shot doesn't have any of these issues - ah.
This is also useful for controlling contrast with black and white film so it’s odd that Lomography doesn’t mention the Fisheye 2’s 49mm filter thread anywhere. Trying to square the images I’ve shot on this camera with its shooting experience or build quality is difficult. Constant reminders that this is only a toy camera after all belie.
Lomography Lady Grey 400 delivers a smooth grain, good tones and all the speed you need in a black and white film. A popular film with those photographers who want a simple, affordable film with no fuss. Lady Grey is a Lomography branded film that makes use of Fomapan emulsion. So you can expect similar results between the two. You can expect smooth, soft grain and a decent range of tones. If.
User Review: Kodak HIE Infrared 35 mm 25 8 6 Share Tweet. The Kodak HIE is a black and white high-speed infrared film. It is sensitive to infrared radiation and is not sensitive to green light. That's why the leaves on your picture became white and the water becomes black.
As mentioned earlier the dark slide is very useful in keeping your film light tight in the back or if you wanted to pull the back off and load some good ol' 120 film into the camera. Although Polaroid has stopped making the pack films that can fit inside this back, Fuji is still making 100 ISO Black and White, Color and also 3200 ISO Black and White films which are readily available.
This is a review of the new Lomography Lady Grey Black and White film. When we talk about Black and White Photography, we think of vintage, old memories and the good old days. Films make immortal impressions of these memorable images possible.
Film Review: Lomography Earl Grey 100 Black and White (35mm and 120) sharpness. Years ago, Lomography introduced Lomography Earl Grey 100 black and white film and added yet another entry into the market that was looking for more 100 ISO black and white films. There are a few from Ilford, none from Kodak except for T-Max, one from Fujifilm and a few other manufacturers also produce them. But.
Films. At Lomography, we truly believe in the analogue future; that’s why we want to bring you the best films at the best possible prices. We have an ever-growing line-up of 35mm films, 120 films and 110 format films, each with their own lovable and unique qualities.So whichever emulsion you are looking to buy, be it one with a fast ISO or one with great cross-processing potential, why not.
Here at Analogue Wonderland we sell everything from 35mm and 120 film to APS, 110, 127, 620, 4x5 and even 8x10 sheet film. You can buy black and white film, slide film, Polaroid packs, infrared film, and a number of specialist films not available anywhere else - perfect as gifts for analogue photographers! From premium to cheap film, we stock.
A black and white film is a type of photographic film that is made to be developed into images without color. It served as the primary film type until the 1950s and is now popular among photographers who are driven by a vintage aesthetic. Black and white film processing and developing is much easier process compared to working with colored film, as the chemicals required to treat its negatives.
Film Review: Lomography Lady Grey 400 It is my usual form to pour scorn over everything Lomographic, from the brand's retrograde embrace of aberrations to their questionable business ethics. As an analogue photographer, what cannot be criticised is Lomography's unswerving commitment to film. Even if they are predominantly responsible for the inextricable conflation of analogue and lo-fi. Take.
What is the Lomography Smartphone Film Scanner? The Smartphone Film Scanner offers Lomographers and analogue lovers a quick, easy and portable way to scan 35 mm films. Simply turn on the Smartphone Film Scanner back-light, insert your film, take a photo of it using your smartphone and use your phone's camera to edit and share! In an instant, you'll end up with a digital version of your film.