The revolog colorshift film – every frame a surprise

A few years back I got an expired revolog color shift film and I loaded it into my Nikon FE2 to immediately test it out. I was surprised how tweaked the colors got and it would be lovely to know more about the chemistry behind this film roll.

The quality of the scans is not that superb, since i used my own cheap frame by frame film scanner. If my hive career goes good I will buy myself a professional scanner for photo scanning purposes.

I used different lenses ranging from the 50mm 1.4 to a 135mm 2.8 all by Nikon
and there might be some pics taken with the tamron 100-300 5.6 but I am not sure :)

The woman on the pictures is @tinty.art a new member of hive and last but not least the love of my life, I really would appreciate it if you show her some love and check out her cool art! She will be dropping her NFTs on @nftshowroom soon.

You find her blog here: https://ecency.com/@tinty.art

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I hope you like the outcome and I wish you a nice start into this short week :)



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Woah! Beautifully done!

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Thank you! It is easy to photograph her :)

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Thank you for your contribution to the Analog (FILM) Photog community.

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I very much enjoj posting in this community, since before I post I always have to go through old work, and that makes me learn from mistakes and repeat things I tried and turned out good :)

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the method of try and repeat :-) I think you're on the right road and your success is visible.
i hope that one day we will get to 100 members so the community will get the option to use the "community rewards" and to have the resources for the bigger votes for the publishing here photographers.

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Thank you, it is good to hear this from a fellow artist :)
I think we will get there soon :) I am already fishing for new members :)

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haha, i see. I'm trying to use the ecency points to promote the posts of this community but you know - the promotion is working too bad.

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Yes I tried promoting my own stuff to reach a wider audience (did not see a huge difference in engagement) but honestly if I see the promoted tag I am most of the time thinking no good content so need to promote...

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haha exactly what i'm always thinking about.

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such a beautiful model!
i love these muted low contrasts colors
very nice film
will check her profile

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Thank you! I hope she will do well on #hive :)
Yeah each roll of revolog is different. I hope I find some more on my film roll spots.

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I am completely in love with these images. !!!!

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Thanks so much, there is more to come :)

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can't wait! I have even reblogged the content and hope to help raise the number of views.

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Thats so nice of you :) Thanks a lot

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Some beautiful shots. I do miss film but too expensive for me to go back.

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If you only shoot black and white you can develop your rolls on your own, but I see the point. All my color films wait in the fridge to be brought to my favorite lab in Budapest. They do great work and are a fraction of the price I would pay in Austria...

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Yes that is true. I grew up with a dark house out in a shed out the back of our house where we used to develop our own film. I shot a lot of slide film professionally; but it was costing almost 3$ US per shot in the end. One day I might go back again.

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Oh I would love that shed :)

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