Mar 26

Luzhou Lee Family Historic Estate.

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Back in September when I got back my first couple of rolls on the LC-A+, I mentioned that I was really keen on using slide film with the camera for strong contrast in my pictures. I was debating on which slide film to start with when I found the amazing work done with Lomography X-Pro Chrome 100 by the lovely Rhianne and Michelle. It’s a shame that this film has been discontinued by Lomography but apparently it is rebranded Kodak Elite Chrome 100 which, fortunately, I can still get my hands on.

These were taken at the Luzhou Lee Family Historic Estate (蘆洲李宅古蹟), a historic house that was built in the 19th century, crossed-processed for the incredible contrast I’ve been looking forward to seeing in my pictures made with the Lomo LC-A+.

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Negative0-23-23(1)Lomography X-Pro Chrome 100 (cross-processed), Lomo LC-A+


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