Rated 4 out of 5 by Scott from Magical My initial impression of this film was not favorable. Even the camera is not DX coded, you can load it on your compact and it will have ISO by default quite often. No, this is not a particularly sharp film. Rated 1 out of 5 by Aldo Rafael from Don’t believe the hype If you like grain, dull and inconsistent colors at a high price, then this is your film! There is absolutely no reason for it. Lighter skin tone with direct flash. A very satisfying film to play with.
Reproducing the effect of this film from a digital capture would be difficult. Blues are an unpredictable outcome, mostly resulting in turquoise. Nevertheless, if you’re looking for images that capture vibrancy and sunshine and are willing to put in two seconds of work in post production, this stuff is magnificent. Darker skin tone without flash. Yellows are not especially bright, and greens blend with that yellow creating a yellow cast all over it. If you want accurate color and not crazy about film grains, don’t buy it. First time it was developed by an Italian lab and everything looked totally green. The drawback of large grain also helps for that organic and retro feeling that looks great, so, the point here is using the right film for the right occasion and enjoy the particular hues and color shifts.
Was able to use BW photos but for the price I could have gotten a cheaper roll with the same pronounced grains. Imploskon, go for it if you want to experiment with film. But I won’t but it again.
Adox Color Implosion Review – carlos garcia
It is really fun to play with, even though it sounds hipster, this film definitely gives an organic feeling and color shifts that can not be achieved with digital. Email required Adoxx never made public. A few is my shots came too green, but I think they were underexposed in bad ligh condition.
Darker skin tone with direct flash. Blues are an unpredictable outcome, mostly resulting in turquoise. By continuing to use this website, you agree to their use.
I do think if you are looking for that faded postcard look this or Cinestill are your best best. They actually really pop in the picture. Unable adlx source it on the net. Rated 5 out of 5 by Richard from Interesting muted color effect film Adox Color Implosion is described as an experimental film and that is definitely the right way to approach this film. Notify me ffilm new comments via email. My guess is that this film was some old surplus from other brands like Agfa or Rollei in Europe, repackaged and re-branded.
With this grain and these light desaturated colors, no one will think that cloor are still shooting digital. To find out more, including how to control cookies, see here: Yellows are not especially bright, and greens blend with that yellow creating a yellow cast all over it.
No, this is not a particularly sharp film. Rated 5 out of 5 by Qdox Irene’s from Great and crazy colors This is an experimental film. Welcome to the world of unpredictable truly analog results! A very satisfying film to play with.
If you want accurate color and not crazy about film grains, don’t buy it. If you are really interested, you can contact the official dealers in the adox web http: Anyway, here’s something I’d to say. Finally, I tested this film in some portraits, with colkr friends with a lighter skin tone Summer and darker skin tone Michelle under natural light and direct flash, to see how this film reacts to different situations.
Adox Color Implosion 100 Film
Results are interesting – very interesting to my eye – but not consistent. You are commenting using your WordPress. Lighter skin tone with direct flash. Provides good performance in bright sun and in shade.
After testing a couple of rolls of this film, the results and the feeling that it gave can be summarized in three sentences. If I were in Europe, it definitely worths the try Euro, but dolor the shipping cost, it is expensive for me.
You will find significant changes in color balance depending on exposure conditions, but overall a muted color palette coupled with heavy grain will be the dominant appearance.
You are commenting using your Twitter account. Used this film twice so far.
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Most of my pictures made in bright daylight came with funky and superb colors and a lot of personality. No Longer Available Update Implosioh close. The reds do stand out the most, the greens and blues are softer more faded.
Hi where did you get the film from please? The film is really unique in color as it should be. Nevertheless, if you’re looking for images that capture vibrancy and sunshine and are willing to put in two seconds of work in post production, this stuff is magnificent. Color Implosion is an experimental film designed to give you unpredictable truly analog image experiences. You are commenting using your Facebook account. Leave sdox Reply Cancel reply Enter imploeion comment here Second time I used the Lomography lab in Vienna, with much more satisfying results.
Update Unrecognized Zip Code. First time it was developed by an Italian lab and everything looked totally green.