Leica M3 – Palm Beach Florida – Ektachrome 400
Kolor is my favorite “fun” film in the 35mm format. I contacted revolog after shooting my initial order of three rolls – and ordered 50 more (major bulk discount) as I just can’t get enough of this stuff. Not sure why… since I have absolutely no control – but after seeing my New York City photos and the ones from the Eurotrip… it’s just a fun all around roll.
Over/Under exposure doesn’t seem to make as much difference as it does with Lomography films. That seems pretty constant through most of the Revolog films except for the two IR type ones (460nm and 600nm).
Some of these particular images were taken with the Aero Ektar and Freestyle Modifier.
The Lomo Purple 200 film reacts differently depending upon how you expose it. If you over expose – it tends to be more blue. If you under expose – it seems to be more yellow. If you nail it – it’s almost black and white with only purple.
After playing around with a few rolls – I felt it was time to see what it could do in the later afternoon / early evening on the streets of Burlington. Quite well, I’d say.
This was one of the first rolls of Lomo Purple (200iso) film from Lomography. I actually really dig this film and hope they come out with other shades that work similarly… specifically a deep blue…
These photos were taken around my former studio complex, areas in springfield, and a few frames seem to be from a trip to Cooperstown, NY.
You may see similar scenes taken over multiple frames – and wonder why they seem so different. You may suspect me of doing significant edits in photoshop… but you would be incorrect. The film reacts differently depending upon how you expose it. If you over expose – it tends to be more blue. If you under expose – it seems to be more yellow. If you nail it – it’s almost black and white with only purple.