Lomography LomoChrome Purple - Film Review

Rating
3.0 rating
User Ratings
4.2 rating
Type
C-41 Negative
Brand
ISO
100-400
Format
35mm, 120
Price
$$$
Saturation
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Latitude
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Grain
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LomoChrome Purple is a color negative film that captures life in a very unique way.

LomoChrome Purple film lets you explore the color spectrum like you never have before. Blue becomes green, green becomes purple, yellow becomes pink. Red tones stay red, which keeps skin colors natural in a sea of trippy tone.  Aside from its remarkable color quality, the New LomoChrome Purple delivers vibrant photos with superb sharpness. You can shoot it in any weather condition and achieve breathtaking effects without using any special filters.  Control the color changes in your photos by selecting different ISO settings. Green tones will become a shiny purple when you use an ISO 100 setting, but with an ISO 400 setting greens will instead become a darker indigo.

 

Buy this film online – 35mm | 120

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Interesting colours but inconsistent

4.0 rating
February 4, 2020

I shot my first roll of Lomo Purple at 100 iso in China with good light and the results were hit and miss, some were not purple at all. I’ve subsequently shoot a roll at 400 iso with better and more consistent results.

Lewis Day (https://www.flickr.com/photos/gooey_lewy/)

Pretty inconsistent but aint that the fun of it

5.0 rating
November 13, 2019

My results varied sooooo much using this film but hey, its darn fun.

Aidan Jimenez-Ekman

Fall colors

5.0 rating
November 13, 2019

Really a fun film to shoot with

Dylan Phillips

Experimentation Strongly Encouraged

4.0 rating
September 19, 2019

This film is a lot of fun. It makes this feel like the come from some sort of parallel universe or sci-fi film. I usually shoot this film at 200 iso to get rich purples. Shooting at 100iso and you’ll start getting eye popping magenta’s. I usually find that shooting at 400 iso and above the colors get quite muddled.

David Orr

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3.0 rating
August 15, 2019
Trevor Lee