Wednesday, January 30, 2013

LomoChrome Purple 400 - New Version of the Kodak Aerochrome Film

Today, Lomography announced their extra-exciting new film, LomoChrome Purple 400, inspired by Kodak Aerochrome Film!  It's an awesome color negative film which gives naturally infrared results!

This unique color negative film will astound you by transforming every green element of your photo into radiant purples. A revival of the psychedelic infrared look from the discontinued Kodak Aerochrome film we all love. To know more about this unique look, check out their online magazine article. The first film rolls will be available in July and you can pre-order them now in Lomography Online Shop!

LomoChrome Purple 400 vs Kodak Color Negative 400

The Lomography LomoChrome Purple 400 will transform the lushest green countryside into a flaming magenta fantasy world! As if this wasn’t good enough, this film innovation is a ISO 400 Color Negative film, so it’s incredibly easy to use and to get developed in C-41. The film will be available in 35mm and 120 formats, ready to use for any analogue camera. Unlike infrared films that required a complicated use of filters and ideal sunny light to achieve the effect, this new film allows you to shoot in any weather conditions!

Here are some example shots with LomoChrome Purple 400:

· Color Negative
· C-41 Processing
· 400 ISO
· 35mm and 120 formats

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