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Astia 100F : Looking through a rose-tinted glass

Cross-processing films always make the photos different because of the crazy and wild colours you sometimes get! I was surprised by the shots I took recently with the Astia 100F.

The reds to maroon, the blues to violet, the greys and paler colours tinted with lavender pink while the yellows and greens stood out as they retained their colours.
Somehow, these look like those rose-tinted vintage photos taken from a photo studio in the olden days!

  • Film type : Fujichrome Astia 100F, expired May 2008, cross-processed
  • Film format: 120
  • Camera used: Lubitel 166+

Lubitel 166+ / Expired Astia 100F 120




Lawrence (Lawypop) is an avid Lomographer with over 20 precious Lomography cameras in his collection. He loves the imperfect qualities and vivid colours that capture his imaginations. Actively participated in various Lomography exhibitions and bagging several awards, the name Lawypop is no stranger to the Lomography community, worldwide.

One Comment

  1. Posted September 12, 2011 at 1:57 pm | #

    Now I wanna go get me some Astia! Great work there!

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