The latest LomoChrome Purple is our best batch yet! Turn this beautiful, bizarre and bewildering world into a wonderland.
Carefully crafted by Lomography’s colour contortionist chemical engineers, the 2019 LomoChrome Purple film was fermented in a top secret location and allowed to, mature to perfection. A delicate balance of the finest photon reactive silver halide crystals and special color compounds, this trippy emulsion yields spectacular psychedelic scenes. . Use it to craft a heady blend of earthy reds, crisp plums and velvety violet notes.
2019 LomoChrome Purple film is available in 35 mm, 120 and 110 formats. They have even loaded thier Simple Use Film Cameras with it, too! Pick your preloaded point-and-shoot today and get to capturing those hallucinogenic hues right away!
Lomochrome Purple XR 135 / 35mm Film Features:
This top secret 2019 formula has increased sensitivity to red hues, improved exposure at the recommended setting of ISO 400, and less grain than its predecessor.
LomoChrome Purple film lets you explore the color spectrum like never before – Blue becomes green, green becomes purple and yellow becomes pink! Red tones stay red though, which keeps skin tones looking natural in a sea of trippy hues.
Aside from its remarkable color quality, LomoChrome Purple film delivers vibrant photos with superb sharpness – and now with even finer grain than ever before! This film also allows you to shoot in any weather condition and achieves breathtaking effects without using any special filters.
Control the color changes in your photos by selecting different ISO settings. Green tones will become a shiny purple when you use an ISO 100 setting, but with an ISO 400 setting, greens will shift into a darker indigo. Explore unlimited colour creativity!
The sensitivity of the film is ISO 400 (27o), yet its high flexibility in terms of light sensitivity also allows you to set your camera to ISO 200 (24o) and ISO 100 (21o). This gives you more options for experimentation in different lighting conditions.
LomoChrome Purple film should be developed with the standard C-41 process.