Whether it’s the latest Lomography brand film or recently harvested emulsions from our film industry friends, this section features all the freshest film products to fill your stash with. Happy shooting!
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This film changes the colour of the picture, but the effect differs a little all the time. You'll have gradients from red to blue, orange, green, pink, turquoise, etc. Underexposure will make the effect stronger whereas overexposure will make it less strong.
This effect looks like as if you were viewing your image through a scratched window. The fibre-like structures are more visible in darker parts of the image.
This effect changes the colour of the picture. Depending on where it is developed (hence which scanning software is used), the picture will either have a greenish/yellow colour or a violet/blue tint. Underexposure makes the effect stronger, whereas overexposure dampens it
With this film you'll get electrified as there will be blue/white flashes appearing somewhere in the picture.
This effect shows a bubble-like structure on your image. The round shapes will almost be invisible in brighter parts of the image but will come through very strongly in darker/underexposed images.
The picture will show coloured lines, that are either running sideways (when shooting landscape format) or down (upright format). The exposure will not change the effect, but the lines are definitely more visible in darker parts of the picture
With this film you'll get bright green dots in different shapes and sizes all over the picture. The dots are also more visible in darker parts of the image and will give the picture a threedimensional effect.
This film shows the same effect as Tesla I, but the flashes are red.
Depending on where it is developed (hence which scanning software is used) your picture will either turn out reddish or blueish green. Overexposure will dampen the effect whereas underexposure will make it more visible.
This effect brings you green and blue lines that go through the image. The effect includes the sprockets, so it's great to try out with cameras like the "sprocket rocket" or 120film cameras with a 35mm adapter.