Show the cosmic world of Dust and galaxies that lies behind our reality with revolog Kosmos 35mm film - blue swirls across your images, particularly in dark areas, will make stardust and storms appear in your photos to interact with your subject.
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Revolog's films are unique and creative in the extreme. Each roll is hand-made with processes that will create beautiful overlaid colours or shapes on your final images. Based in Austria this small firm (Hanna and Michael!) are passionate about giving film photographers new options and opportunities to experiment and create. Sometimes mis-spelled as Revelog!
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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 Revolog Kosmos Film 35mm Colour ISO 200 today and dive back into the fun of 35mm film photography!
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Such a fun and beautiful film. Was a bit skeptical to use it at first as read a review saying that it doesnt work well with bright light, but still happy with results. Deffo recommend if you want to experiment.
This film produces images with unique lighting effects; you never really know what you're going to achieve. It does work better in low lighting, but you can also find dark subject matters.
Its a unique effect with plenty of character. Works well in both night long exposure shots and daylight.
The effect of the film can be good but can be disruptive but that's the nature of it as the effect is random on each image. It's very much a novelty film. I found the effect to be more pronounced when shooting with flash. Doesn't do well with bright sunlight.
Making some cool proyects with it!