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Revolog Analogue Film

Kosmos

35mm colour-negative film,
36 exposures – 200 ISO/ASA

This effect is extra-terrestrial and will scale down the whole universe into your photographs.
Blue stardust will make little galaxies appear on your images.

REvolog Lazer Analogue Film

Lazer

35mm colour-negative film
36 exposures – 200 ISO/ASA

Lazer film adds green and blue lines to your photographs. The effect includes the sprocket holes, so it‘s great to try lazer film with cameras that also expose the sprocket holes. Try shooting a full roll in landscape format: when you get the pictures printed the lines will connect successive frames throughout the entire roll making a great panorama to decorate your walls with!

Careful with strong underexposure as the effect might dominate your image.

Plexus

35mm colour-negative film
36 exposures – 200 ISO/ASA

Plexus film shows an organic looking, bluish structure that reminds of a neural net or underwater reflections.

The effect is visible on the whole photograph and is stronger in darker parts of the image.
There’s something alien to this effect, so you could use this film for fashion shoots with a science fiction look or simulate being underwater.

Revolog Rasp Analogue Film

Rasp

35mm colour negative film
36 exposures – 200 ISO/ASA

Photographs taken on rasp film include coloured lines, which either run horizontally (when shooting landscape format) or vertically (when shooting portrait format).

The lines are connected through the frames and will make it possible to shoot great panoramas.

Revolog Streak Analogue Film

Streak

35mm colour-negative film
36 exposures – 200 ISO/ASA

Streak film adds a vintage look to your pictures, which will look as if they were taken through a scratched window or lens. The streak effect is stronger in darker parts of the frame and will add a slightly yellowish tone to these areas of your photo. In brighter or overexposed parts of the picture the effect is almost invisible.

Due to the vintage look of this effect, why not try using it for an antique photo-shoot?

Revolog Tesla 1 Analogue Film

Tesla I

35mm colour-negative film
36 exposures – 200 ISO/ASA

Get electrified! Tesla 1 film adds unexpected bluish-white lightning bolts to your image. You won’t know where, but you’ll definitely get struck

Want to give your best friend special powers: Why not take some portraits of them with this film? You can also try shooting it around broken technical equipment; your photos will definitely have some power.

REvolog Tesla II Analogue Film

Tesla II

35mm colour-negative film
24 exposures – 200 ISO/ASA or 36 exposures 200 ISO/ASA

Just like Tesla 1, Tesla 2 creates lightning bolts, but with a different colour: Tesla 2’s bolts appear in funky red!

Try shooting landscape: Your photos will look as if they were taken in a thunderstorm on a strange planet. The lightning bolt is stronger visible in darker parts of the picture.

Revolog Texture Analogue Film

Texture

35mm colour-negative film
36 exposures – 200 ISO/ASA

Texture film shows a bubble-like structure throughout your photograph. Texture is a trickier film to shoot with than some of our other films as the effect shows very strongly in the darker sections of each image. Because of this it’s important to use proper exposure settings when shooting Texture film as the details in underexposed frames may be lost. Texture is great when shooting contrasting forms or architecture, as the effect will almost be invisible in brighter parts of the image while coming through very strongly in darker parts of the picture. Try using it in a photo studio for example with light backdrops or a dark background and bright clothing.

Revolog Volvox Analog Film

Volvox

35mm colour-negative film
36 exposures – 200 ISO/ASA

With volvox film you get bright green dots in different shapes and sizes all over your photographs. The dots are more visible in darker parts of the image and can give the picture a slight 3D effect. Volvox makes your night shots look like they were taken in a field of glow-worms, gives your party pictures that certain edge they normally lack, and even makes shots of a family dinner suddenly seem extravagant.

Revolog SnoVlox Analogue Film

Snovlox

35mm black and white film – limited edition – only available Oct-Mar
36 exposures – 100 ISO/ASA

Snovlox is a limited edition black and white film that is usually only available during the end of the year. The effect of this film is similar to the Volvox film, but due to their white colour the effect reminds of snowflakes.

Revolog Kolor Analogue Film

Kolor
 
35mm colour-negative film
36 exposures – 200 ISO/ASA

Kolor film is everybody’s favourite! This film adds a rainbow of colours – including red, blue, orange, green, pink, turquoise, and more – to all of your pictures. The added colours vary throughout each roll, so different frames will have different hues and gradients, giving your pictures an unexpected pop of colour. The Kolor film will even make a donkey look like a unicorn.

460nm

35mm colour-negative film
36 exposures – 200 ISO/ASA

The effect of the 460nm film changes the colour of your picture monochromatically. Depending on exposure and the development and scanner settings of the photographic lab the pictures either appear blue/violet or yellow/green. Underexposure intensifies the colour, whereas overexposure dampens the effect of the film.

Since the effect covers the whole picture, but will not obstruct any parts of the motive, the film is really universally usable.

Revolog 600nm Analogue Film

600nm

35mm colour-negative film
36 exposures – 200 ISO/ASA

The effect of the 460nm film changes the colour of your picture monochromatically. Depending on exposure and the development and scanner settings of the photographic lab the pictures either appear blue/violet or yellow/green. Underexposure intensifies the colour, whereas overexposure dampens the effect of the film.

Since the effect covers the whole picture, but will not obstruct any parts of the motive, the film is really universally usable.

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