Dubblefilm Bubblegum ISO 200 35mm Colour Film
Our Price: £12.00 GBP100279
There is now an updated version of the popular Dubblefilm Bubblegum film! With 36 exposures rather than 24, this new Dubblefilm product is 25% cheaper per photo and has an improved tint for sweet and delicious results. If you haven’t tried Bubblegum film before then now is your chance!
Dubblefilm Bubblegum is a sweet-looking 36 exposure film that will tantalise your tastebuds with delectable shades and tints. Each of your images will have a subtle colour overlay — pink, blue or purple depending on the lighting conditions — to help you create unique photos infused with happy childhood memories.
To understand more about the details above you can check out our film guide or if you want some inspiration then head over to our page on choosing your next film. And if you want the full details about the film, including technical information, read about Dubble Bubblegum over on EMULSIVE.
Dubble started life as an app in 2013 - one which allows people to create digital double-exposures with anyone else, instantly! After being overwhelmed with the delighted response of creative photographers around the world they decided to launch their own range of physical films in collaboration with KONO! They use pre-exposure technology to add beautiful hints, colours and shades that will interact with your photos live in the camera for an unique and mesmerising final image.
For more information about the brand check out our bio of Dubble (note: not Double film!)
Where we ship
When you buy your camera film from us we can ship it across the UK, Europe, USA, New Zealand, Australia and Canada (more countries planned soon!) So buy your Dubble Bubblegum Film 35mm Colour ISO 200 today and dive back into the fun of 35mm film photography!
I'm not sure what to think of this film. On the one hand I was expecting a more dramatic result, however almost all the pictures came back looking just like a 'normal' color film.
I quite liked the resulting photos from shooting with this film, however, I do think the name/description of the film is slightly misleading as I didn't achieve any pink/purple tones. Lovely green tones but this wasn't what I was expecting.
I did enjoy shooting with this film and liked some of the results I got, but I probably wouldn't repurchase. I did get a few images that I absolutely loved, but most of the images were dark and lacked detail. So for the few images I liked, it's not worth spending extra on the film when there are better, cheaper ones out there.
I bought this for the lovely pink tones shown in some of the example pictures but I didn’t really get these through in my own photos. I shot on a bright clear day using an old canon sureshot and got some fairly subdued blues and greens - still really lovely photos but just wasn’t what I expected from this film.
Having tried Apollo and Pacific from Dubblefilm I was keen to get out a shoot a roll of Bubblegum. So I set off with this together with my go to colour film, Lomography 800.
The results were disappointing whilst some of the red tones came through quite vibrantly everything else seemed fairly muted. Admittedly an October day in Leicester hardly floods the lens with light, but I was expecting more from this film.
Perhaps under different conditions the film would perform better (certainly I’ve seen excellent Bubbelgum shots online)? I suppose that’s always a risk with the more experimental films, hence the three star rating.
My recommendation would still be Apollo from the Dubblefilm range (see my review under the Apollo listing) as I think it best lives up to what Dubblefilm are trying to achieve with their film.