Dubblefilm Bubblegum - 35mm Film
Our Price: £12.00 GBP100279
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 had a roll of this in my Wonderbox. It had me scratching my head as to what I wanted to photograph with a pink tinge. My usual subjects (churches, historic buildings, landscapes) didn't seem like the right sort of thing. I loaded it into my Pentax SFXn, and it took a while to finish the roll. I made the mistake of sending it to a new lab which took forever to develop the roll, and then another forever to send the negs back. I'm not certain whether it was me, the film or the lab, but the results were awful. Very grainy and under-exposed looking, and being pink didn't really add anything as far as I was concerned. I'm going to rescan some of the frames myself to see if I can rescue something, but I'm not hopeful. I'm rather reticent to try a second roll given the cost. The one image that I quite liked is attached.
From Kodak Gold to Lomography purple and everything in between, a warm tinted film with medium grain and an acceptable latitude that can give some funky effects. You'll want to expose this film accurately biasing the shadows if you want more latitude and less grain, or averaging meter readings for a higher contrast and stronger purple effect especially in the highlights.
I applied no colour cast removal/correction when scanning mine, then simply used the WB and tint controls in lightroom to dial in the desired amount. I would shoot this film again but would meter differently to give the film more exposure. I would expect this to mean less pink/purple colour tint, but also less contrast, less grain, and more shadow detail. The film itself is quite thin so is prone to curling and slightly fiddly to scan, though I won't expect to use large amounts of this film as the effect would lose its novelty.
I dropped a star because while the film is fun it does not perform as well as other films in this price bracket from a technical perspective, the price wouldn't put me off it completely but I would shoot more of it if it was more affordable.
Absolutely love this little experimental film. The tones and results of the colour effects can vary which is quite fun. I have shot this a couple of times and have just bought my 3rd roll. Of all the dubble films this is my absolute favourite
Yes this film does give some very subtle tones and enhanced the image. not sure I would use it on a regular basis as I can have more control over the effect digitally
I got to try Dubblefilm Bubblegum aspartame’s if the Analogue Wonderbox. As others have noted the pink tint is hit and miss but it does give a soft vintage look to photos as the first of my 4 photos uploaded show. The advice was that it wasn’t suited to details but I used it that way. It certainly desaturates yellows and reds the most but seems to render pinks, purples and blues, as well as greens more vibrantly. It’s worth trying but it would not be a film I would shoot regularly- I wish we could give 1/2 stars so it’s only 3 stars from me.