Metropolis

My first test with the Lomochrome Metropolis. I am very surprised by the results, as they obviously differ greatly from the advertised results. I exposed the film with ISO 200, developed it in a negative process and scanned it as a negative with an Epson V600 Photo (automatic scan).
What is wrong with it and what do I have to change?
Homeprocess in Digibase C41 at 41 ° C for 2.75 minutes.

11 Kommentare

  1. scout2017
    scout2017 ·

    It looks cool though! 😀

  2. rolfmg
    rolfmg ·

    I agree with scout2017 - the results may be a surprise but has a beautiful "art flair"

  3. captainfantastic
    captainfantastic ·

    I can´t see anything wrong in this beautiful results ... much more interesting than the advertised results!

  4. guja
    guja ·

    Thank you very much @scout2017 !!!

  5. guja
    guja ·

    Thanks @rolfmg and @captainfantastic !!! The colors are really strange and looks surprising, but somehow I like the results.

  6. scout2017
    scout2017 ·

    @guja I really hope you can figure out what you did wrong so we can all try it! :-)

  7. guja
    guja ·

    @scout2017 I want to try! :-D

  8. johbeil
    johbeil ·

    The results look great, even though they are surprising. Particularly the different colors between frames. Have you tried manual scan settings? Or another scan software?

  9. guja
    guja ·

    Thank you very much @johbeil !!! Most of them I did with automatic scan. Some also use manual scan, but the results are similar. I don't think that's a software problem.

  10. guja
    guja ·

    It really has something of an ancient color film. Many Thanks @lomo_analogue_film !!!

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