Karmøy may 2015 at 400 ISO

The Karmsund-bridge. Tamron 28-200mm.

14 Commenti

  1. draekko74
    draekko74 ·


  2. likelyokie
    likelyokie ·

    I haven't tried either of the Lomochrome films but this does inspire me to want to. I know it says you don't need to use a filter but I wonder how it would alter the look of the image if a person did.

  3. sierravictor
    sierravictor ·

    @likelyokie Got this response from Lomography on the matter.
    "We tried using a flash with blue/green filter on the Turquoise. The result was a more vivid blue. The red/orange filter gives out a more flattering hue on the skin."
    Myself i've ordered a blue and a red filter to try out some other time. I used the setting 400 ISO. The setting 100 ISO gives, usually, a darker orange/brown in the sky depending on where you put the sun (without a filter).

  4. fragakis_p
    fragakis_p ·

    great result!

  5. lucacrosato
    lucacrosato ·

    GREAT result !!

  6. sierravictor
    sierravictor ·

    @lucacrosato Thank you! Luckily I was wise enough to buy five of the turquoise-film. So i have some for later!

  7. ssabircan
    ssabircan ·

    Nice :)

  8. sierravictor
    sierravictor ·

    @ssabircan Thanks! Luckily I still have two more of that kind of film. No I just have to use it.

  9. syrosa6
    syrosa6 ·

    I love the contrast between the darkness of the pavement and ground and against the light sky and clouds. This is one of my favorite photos. Thank you for sharing.

  10. sierravictor
    sierravictor ·

    @syrosa6 Thank you and your welcome! I agree, the clouds is an importent part of this photo. They make the photo I feel.

  11. polafreud
    polafreud ·


  12. monocular
    monocular ·

    Whoa this is so other-worldly! Nice results. :)

  13. sierravictor
    sierravictor ·

    @monocular Thanks! It's a pity lomography don't sell that film anymore...

  14. monocular
    monocular ·

    I know @sierravictor :( tis indeed

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