By • Sep 7th, 2010 • Category: Fun with film

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No getaway is complete without lugging along an analogue cam. The LC-A+ plus a roll of Lomo Xpro 200 slides were my snapshot buddies during last weekend’s visit to the Universal Studios and here are some random cross-processed shots …

This is the first time I’m trying this xpro film and I was expecting lots of yellow and green from it. Surprisingly some of the shots turned out with some other colors still ‘intact’.

I kinda realise that my LC-A+ now acts a little weird. Exposures are like all over. Some of those shots that I was pretty sure will turn out properly exposed … turned out way underexposed! OMG! Maybe my LC-A+ got angry because I slapped the instant back on her for way too long and it is only before this trip that I replaced the original back onto it. Hmm. Dear LC-A+ … please do not self destruct!

This one below is my favourite …

This is the only roll from the LC-A+ this trip. I have a few more shots taken with another compact but I’ve yet to finish shooting that roll … so I guess I’ll have to wait patiently for some free time to snap more photos.

10 Comments »

  1. Love the color on these shots.

  2. I kinda miss the Lomo x-pro 100, their colours are richer imho!

    My favourite shots are the roller coaster shot and the one with lots of panels facing the sky? Is that a ceiling? 🙂

  3. @Bone : Thanks. Yeah some of the colors turn out pretty well eh? Not sure if is the lighting that caused it but I saw some photos (by others) seem super green/yellow.

    @wynth : True. I miss the 100 ones as well. Too bad they no longer sell it. Panels facing the sky? Those colorful round ones? Yeah those are facing the sky. They ain’t in USS though. They are found near the Merlion. 😀

  4. For this lomo xpro film, all you got to do is just normal process it and it comes out as xpro effect?
    Nice pictures! 🙂

  5. Hmmm, maybe maybe..
    But i really like the look of it. Maybe should get a few rolls and experiment them.

  6. @Bryson : Yes. The xpro film has to be developed as normal negative ones to get the xpro results. Thanks.

    @Bone : Go stock up more! Hahaha!

  7. great colors result…and amazing doubles 😉

  8. @nefoto : Thanks

  9. nice …… nice.. the colour matches the place…..

  10. @noreen : Thanks 🙂

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