Apollo is a beautiful 35mm film - your images will come back with subtle yellow or blue tones (depending on shooting conditions) that interact with your subject to give unique and gorgeous-looking pictures.
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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. 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.
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This film is not for everyone, and is certainly not for accurately documenting anything. What it is very good at is giving this warm, golden haze over the whole photo that almost verges on sepia tone. It also holds quite a bit of natural contrast, and has prominent grain. However you could try rating this at EI200 to mitigate for underexposure. Overall it was fun to try this creative film, but not the type of atmosphere I'm looking to capture in my own photos.
Examples taken on a DubbleFilm Show camera at 'box speed'.
Picks up golden hues and greens really well - would be perfect for autumn and spring time as the colours start to turn.
The golden cast gives a warm, vintage feel that is hard to achieve with other professional stocks
The yellow cast looks great on a sunny day, especially during golden hour. It gives portraits a lovely vintage look. Sadly everything I took in the shade was underexposed and expired-looking.
I highly recommend a roll of this for a summer trip! Looks vintage & faded, but bold & mellow all at the same time - my new favourite Dubble.
Well, it certainly gave me a yellow cast. Very interesting with certain shots, re the skyline image, but for others I prefer without a cast (the ducks). For comparison, I adjusted the duck image to make it look like I remember, basically a more natural colour so you can see the difference.
Having a yellow (or blue) cast means it's hard to make the film pop if you adjust the tones as the cast tends to flatten the image. I think it works well with subdued tones, or moody pictures.
The film is basically Kodak Ultramax doped to give a cast, so its an everyday film fundamentally.
Overall, I quite liked it, but I think I will consider carefully what I shoot for the next roll to maximise its potential.