Berlin Kino B&W 35 mm ISO 400

Berlin Kino B&W 35 mm ISO 400In the beginning of the year I bought a 10-pack of Berlin Kino B&W 35 mm ISO 400 from Lomographyjust on a hunch since it made me a bit curious. It took me a while before I had a chance of try the film and now when I have, I don’t really know what to feel about it. First I did not like any of the results I got. But when going through the negatives again I actually start to like some of the pictures. One thing I am all clear about is that this film is pretty much limitid to lanscapes, architecture and the sort. At least for my taste and my way of photography.

One of the things I got a hang up about is the grain. I just can’t get my head around it. That’s probably saying more about me then anything else, but that’s a fact.
I have only been able to take one frame picture anything else than landscape that is usefull at all. This photo of a very beautiful girl is been through post editing, just a bit of contrast added but the only useful portrait I got so far. Even if the picture came out a bit flat in my taste.

Emelie shot with Lomography Berlin Kino 400

The pictures below are raw scanned negatives without post editing at all. I still need to test do develop the film myself. These films was sent away for development but now when I am in order in my new plce I will soon start develop my bland and whites myself again. I am still curious enough to look around and see what results other people has got developing this film to get a better grip on it.

Church of Fasterna shot with Berlin Kino 400

Church of Fasterna shot with Berlin Kino 400

Mörby castle ruin shot with Berlin Kino 400

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