Revolog SnoVlox - The Winter Film

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Customer Reviews

Based on 8 reviews
Miranda W. (London, GB)
Perfect for: Creative/Abstract
Accreditation Handles: @mirandadotjpg
Fun to experiment!

Bought this and took some fun snowy shots over Christmas. Not for everyone, but gave some quite ordinary photos a unique spin.

R.L. (Rotherham, GB)
Perfect for: Great All-Rounder
Accreditation Handles: @thisismylovelettertolife
Surprisingly cool & that snow joke

I'm developing film from the last 12 months as I fell behind and just scanned in this roll I shot last Christmas. I have to be honest I wouldn't buy it again but it came in the wonder box & what better time too use it than at Crimbo. The snow effect is really cool & it seemed to develop fine in Cinstill DF96 without much problems. It's pretty atmospheric & definitely one of my fav I've used from Revolog.

J. (Reading, GB)
Accreditation Handles: Jeff Parkes
An acquired taste

It came in the Wonderbox, so isn’t something I would normally choose. The Revolog range is clever, taking ordinary film and adding effects. But, does it work? I guess if you used it on a snowy or wet day it may work, but any other time it just looks like white blobs. The snow doesn’t really look like snow and some of the blobs are pretty big, if they land near a dark part of the frame they tend to enlarge the grain around then. So, take it as a bit of fun, don’t use it with portraits, you are likely to end up with a white blob where the nose should be. It’s probably good for landscapes or shots of things. Would I buy it? No.

Doug H. (Hammersmith, GB)
Perfect for: Beginners, Creative/Abstract
Accreditation Handles: Doug @foundbookage (Instagram)
A Gimmick, but the Best of Revolog

I'm not one for Revolog generally, but this one was worth experimenting with.

Olly H. (Manchester, GB)
Perfect for: Landscapes, Street Photography, Creative/Abstract
Accreditation Handles: Oliver Hitchen /
Just Gorgeous!

My wife bought me a roll of Snovlox for Christmas 2019 and it's sat in my film box for over a year, until this morning when we finally had some snow!!! yippee!!! I've been waiting for this moment for ages! I loaded the snovlox in my camera, and set to work capturing the world around me. I didn't have to go far to get this image, only to the end of the garden. I really wish I had more of this, having scanned it in this evening I am so impressed with the tones. I've not fiddled with this at all, its exactly as scanned.

The emulsion is Kodak TMAX 100, but this is shot at ISO 200, presumably something to do with the way the effects are applied. Each Frame has different snow effects so you don't know what you're going to get. Some work better than others, obviously as some of the blobs are a little on the large side - but keep shooting and you'll be rewarded with some stunning images. I'm so impressed, I've got my eye on some TMAX now to see how that compares.

If you're going to use this on a day when it isn't snowing, then I would recommend a day where it's either raining or has rained recently and the ground it wet. I think it looks odd if the ground is dry and the sun is shining, yet the shot emulates snow lol.

Keep an eye on stock levels (hopefully more'll be on the way) and snap some up when you can!

Techy stuff:
📷 Nikon F100 / Nikon 24mm f2.8
🎞 Snovlox @ 200
🧪 Ilfotec LC29 / 1:19 / 7 mins
🖥 Epson V550 / Silverfast 8

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