1. devildi
    devildi ·


  2. thomas_anthony__
    thomas_anthony__ ·

    @devildi Thanks so much! This is actually my favorite roll I've shot in a long while. And this is potentially my favorite shot from the roll. You can certainly get some gorgeous results from lomochrome purple!

  3. julea
    julea ·

    Super lovely colours and a great album!

  4. freepeanuts
    freepeanuts ·

    I can never get these beautiful hues on lomochrome purple! What iso did u shot them at?

  5. thomas_anthony__
    thomas_anthony__ ·

    @julea Thank you! I was very pleased by the results. Thanks for your enthusiasm!

  6. thomas_anthony__
    thomas_anthony__ ·

    @freepeanuts I know exactly what you mean, the first roll I shot was at 100 and turned out under exposed and really grainy. For this roll I shot at 200 ISO and intentially overexposed my images. The results were a lot better. I think 200 is a sweet spot for purple. (Also, idk if certain "batches" of lomography's lomochrome differ from each other but that might have something to do with it? just a thought, no evidence behind that.)

    So try shooting at 200 and adjust the shutter speed so that it's a stop or two longer than you'd normally shoot at in order to 'overexpose' the image and the colors should come out more vibrant and with less grain. Let me know how it goes!

  7. freepeanuts
    freepeanuts ·

    @thomas_anthony__ wow that was really helpful! i got a few more rolls left i'll go try them!

  8. thomas_anthony__
    thomas_anthony__ ·

    @freepeanuts Awesome! Let me know how they turn out!

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