Looking for the perfect opportunity to bust out your 110 film camera? Now would be a great time as ever, as Lomography has recently launched their prized LomoChrome Purple film in 110 format. If you’ve already tried this famed film in 35mm and 120 formats, why not give it a go in this miniature format as well?
For lomographers and film photographers wondering if they’ll ever get to try the trippy LomoChrome Purple in the teeny 110 format, the wait is finally over. With this emulsion being a favorite of experimental photographers, having it in the smallest film format today is nothing short of interesting.
The LomoChrome Purple is a C-41 film that comes with a flexible ISO range of 100 – 400, making it a versatile choice for all sorts of subjects, photography projects, and shooting situations. According to Lomography, the effects may vary based on the ISO setting you choose. Generally, blues turn to green, greens to purple, and yellows to pink with this film — perfect for those who are fond of surreal colors and otherworldly results. And all accomplished in-camera and without any filters necessary!
Sounds and looks exciting? Go ahead and dust off your 110 cameras if you haven’t shot with them for a while. If you don’t have one, you can still join in on the fun and take your pick from Lomography’s 110 cameras: the pocket-sized Diana Baby, and the Fisheye Baby.
If you’re interested in grabbing the LomoChrome Purple 110, you better be fast: it’s one of Lomography’s bestselling films that typically sells out quickly. It comes in a bundle pack of five cartridges at $39.50 and is available now at the Lomography Online Shop.