Lomography Turquoise - 110 Film

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Customer Reviews

Based on 5 reviews
Tom W. (Maidenhead, GB)
Think 1970s Psychedelic Album Covers

My daughter shot this film in her Lomo Baby Fisheye 110. It is a strange filmstock that has very selective use I think. It responds better in brighter environments. Having seen her results I'm tempted to get myself a roll in 120 to try.

Daryl T. (Leicester, GB)
110 delight

First time using 110 film since I was a kid, back in the 70's (yes I'm that old :/ ) - so thought I'd treat myself to something different. Lomo Turquoise is was. I took the film and my transforming Voltron camera and headed to the seaside - Old Hunstanton if anyone's taking notes.
I processed the film myself in Cinistill colour developer and scanned in my shots.
What I noticed first about the images is the nice colour shifts, the sky in particular, ranging from oranges to pinks, it seamed to be more striking on brighter sunny blue sky days. The foliage seemed to take on a vibrant other worldly green, and the iconic red phone box became ... err ... blue.The focusing on the camera was a bit soft, but it gave the photos a watercolour effect I thought looked quite interesting.
I really enjoyed using the camera and 110 film again, I really luke the colour pallets the Turquoise film produces and will definitely be using the film again, maybe try out the larger formats.

Pete C. (Worthing, GB)
Lomochrome Turquoise 110 photo prints

Excellently grainy 6x4 prints with vintage look 5mm borders. Love the dreamy colours and surreal atmosphere this film gives. Really different skin tones - like a 70's Sci- fi film.

Norbi W. (Bergen, NO)
Grainy but fun

Significantly grainier than other more "standard" 110 films stocks, but I imagine you're not shooting Turquoise because you want perfection.
So it's great to have this stock available in 110 too!

siropius35 (Manchester, GB)
fauvorite 110 film now

I'm really into this film, I just love the way it renders the colours, tasty splashes of orange and turquoise, my fave 110 film rn. Recommend if you like 'otherworldy' looking images

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