By default, we do not apply unsharp mask USM in our scans, except on request. Apparently that particular film has been discontinued–though at an ISO speed so slow, it probably stays usable for years past its expiration date. I’ve included photos of the box, check for the larger version. With respect to scanning from color and bw negatives: Last I looked, the codes on the main page looked pretty accurate to me but that may also vary depending on where you live and where your film comes from. Read more about his thoughts on the lens in the interview below.

I used to use a similar sheet film to make transparencies from my negatives. Experiment with cutting down the amount of blue light reaching film, and see what you get. Small white dots were removed without altering the overall quality of the image. I don’t see it on the list. Thanks for all the great info, I really appreciate it! Well, if there was one thing I knew for sure, it was that the film had not been stored in the “correct” conditions.

No grain what so ever. Actually two contradictory elements of photography, how I see it.

It was also used to make film strips. Subsequently I tried to order some more film online. Nikon F with nikkor 35mm F1,4 and Kodak vericolor slide film.

Kodak Vericolor Slide Film S0-279

How could they know it wasn’t exposed if they’d made no verixolor to process it? Four of our favorite photographers beautifully captured some portraits using the Lomogon Art Lens.

Hi Ben, yes it was a Vericolor print emulsion, to make color transparencies from color negatives, very sharp, kkodak brilliant color and was available from 35mm to sheet sizes up to 20×24 and 40″ rolls. The beaty of was that in C41 it processed very fast and was simple to use. I used to use a similar sheet film to make transparencies from my negatives.


Come and red-X it now! If you put the box back together you will see the estimated film speed that is stated as an EI. To give a concrete example: No funny business, just a whole heap of Lomography love right to your inbox. I did however have a problem with slide film, see www. This film review was done by Lomographer wil6ka. I remember this stuff!! My usual supplier’s website was “down” it has since reappeared so I went to another.

The film had not been processed, explained an accompanying letter, because it was unexposed. I wasn’t previously aware that a film used for turning negatives into slides existed. Lomography Online Shop Gift Certificates are the perfect present for every analogue devotee on your gift list. I’m pretty happy with how they turned out and will be posting soonslixe was wondering what exactly is this film supposed to be used for?

Seattle Photo had some sort of mail order cheap deal on slides and negatives from outdated movie film in 35mm cartridges in the early ‘s.

IIRC, it was intended to make duplicate slides from negatives. In spite of what many claim, a meticulous color profiling is essential not only for scanning slides, but also, and even more, for color negatives. So is the film code listed on the group main page not exact or unique for each film type?

Scans can be performed either dry or liquid-mounted. Until now i had made about 50 scans of Negative film while using iSRD in its “automatic” setting and had no issues with it all.


Film: Kodak Vericolor Slide film SO · nudels · Lomography

I was thinking of just putting the negative on the film and then shining a light on it to expose it, but I suppose it’s never that simple Without it the scan of a color negative will produce chromatic errors rather significant, thus affecting the tonal balance and then the naturalness-pleasantness of the images. Well, if there was one thing I knew for sure, it was that the film had not been stored in the “correct” conditions.

We did, and we now have some very orangey-yellow negatives. Possibly I’d used some other version than the VPL.

They look cool though! So be aware and careful with incorrect advertisement. Edited by Rubin Starset member 9 years ago. What was it originally used for? Its attitude to “customer service” may best be described as Laodicean. Voxphoto 9 years ago.

This process produces a high contrast saturated slide. I noticed too, that they hadn’t refunded the four quid I’d paid, or given credit against my next order. We were just really confused as to why it says to process it in C Explore Trending More More. The last package I had verixolor not have very good shelf life at room temp. I love that the pictures are like a graphic creation, a 2D object caught on film.

The film was all shot in daylight, and the blue looks to me like the result of cross-processing in C