Film Speed for Lomo 360

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  1. Vautrin

    Vautrin No longer a newbie, moving up!

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    Hi,

    I got the Lomo 360 to fool around with.

    Anyone have any suggestions on film? If I shoot ISO 100 on a sunny day will it be well exposed, or should I go with at least 400 or 800?

    Thanks,

    Dan
     
  2. gem1234

    gem1234 TPF Noob!

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    Hi Dan
    i use 120 film on a sunny day for my holga and it turns out just fine. i can also shoot with this film inside at night so long as the subjects are under direct light. That said lomo is all about natural light so you can get some interesting effects at sun set or sun rise with this ISO.

    However, the 400 or 800 can be more vibrant and different especially when shooting brigh colours or if there is little light. The beauty of lomo is that you never really know what you are going to get and sometimes the more obscure the better. You should play around with different films and see what you like best. You can get some cheap deals on film on ebay as they are mass produced in china.

    Goodluck
    Gem
     

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