Lomochrome Purple ESB

I had to know what happens if you expose both sides of Lomochrome Purple. So I did just that. I shot the first normal side using a Sprocket Rocket for wide overlapping coverage for the first pass. On the second pass, I had a blackout of some kind which makes one forget which camera you were shoot for the next side. I think it's a Lomo LC-A.

ANYWAY. So this is my first roll of Lomochrome shooting both sides. But I did use the rule that the normal side's sweet spot is around 200 ISO. And I recently learned from shooting the other side, that it's perfect spot is around 25-50 ISO. I picked 50 since it was pretty bright and I wanted to keep it in the zone.

I was very happy with the results. He says after 349 pages of chattering on about it.

6 Comments

  1. kjb414
    kjb414 ·

    very nice

  2. alienmeatsack
    alienmeatsack ·

    Thank you @kjb414 :D It's kind of my thing, to torture test new films here. I love the experimentation and sharing the results so others can also enjoy what all the film has to offer! :D

  3. anamartaml
    anamartaml ·

    oh wow, i thought the picture on its own was really cool but the explanation of the whole process is amazing! Curious minds get great things!

  4. alienmeatsack
    alienmeatsack ·

    @anamartaml thank you! :D

  5. jarvislomo
    jarvislomo ·

    crazy colors!

  6. alienmeatsack
    alienmeatsack ·

    @jarvislomo Indeed! I think its one of the reasons I enjoy LomoChrome Purple so much. It's not just that you can shoot either side, but that the colors are vibrant and they go together so well.

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