July 9, 5 Frames of Lomography Low Iso Color with the 27mm Lumenbox Lens

I think I’ve only used Low ISO Color negative film once before, I remember not being all that impressed. I think I used it with a zone plate or photon sieve, which both tend to desaturate images and lower the contrast. I thought the previous low iso photos were pretty blah, but I was pleasantly surprised when I saw the scans of these. Very saturated and lots of glow in places. I’m quite liking it in this context.

This film certainly isn’t panchromatic though, a house that is very definitely light green, came out glowing white. I’ll post that one tomorrow.

All of these were shot with my 27mm Lumenbox lens on my Canon IVSb2 and developed by The Darkroom in San Clemente.

Not the purple tree again! I love this tree now and I don’t think I’ll be able to stop photographing it any time soon. Sorry.
Patio Awning
XR1255
Gas pumps at Idlewild Park
Pink!

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