Le Clic, Revolog Kolor 2020 (1)

Back at the end of 2019 I got a new old camera, the 35mm Le Clic LC21 BV, and popped in a roll of Kevolog Kolor, according to the Analogue Wonderland website Kolor film is “Revolog’s top-selling film and for good reason! When put through your favourite 35mm camera, this film will add a rotating rainbow of different colours to your images for an unique and creative view of life.  Each roll is hand-made with processes that will create beautiful overlaid colours or shapes on your final images. Based in Austria this small firm (Hanna and Michael!) are passionate about giving film photographers new options and opportunities to experiment and create”. Sounded like fun to me so I carried it around with me and took some images with it along the way. Of course we all know what happened next, so I didn’t get to go out as much as usual, so it’s taken a long time to use up the film. I finally finished it and sent it off to Digitalab (THE best ever developers) and got the results back. A bit of a mixed bunch and 3 of them were completely either bright green or red and I couldn’t see beyond so they had to be deleted.

I took these in July 2020 in Newcastle, a lovely sunny day and no evidence of any rainbow colours.

Newcastle Upon Tyne

In August we managed a quick weekend away for my birthday weekend, and stayed in a self contained flat (appartment if you’re my American reader) in Jeburgh, which is at the bottom end of Scotland. Would have liked to visit the Abbey but it was closed because of Covid. Here we go with the rainbow colours. I am thinking it was quite overcast so maybe that’s what affects the film.

Jedburgh Abbey
The Abbey
Phil on our walk around Jedburgh.
Remnants of a Franciscan Friory and too much of the rainbow!

Phil and Shelley clubbed together and bought his son Carl a parachute jump for his 40th birthday (40!!!! 😳 ) and this is a shot of the family waiting for it to happen.

September 2020 ~ The Jump.

That will do for this week, more to come so stay tooned!

11 Comments

    1. Each to his own Steve, I’ve seen some really creative images from photographers with this film, but I’m more documentary than creative so it was fun, but not something I’ll go back to.

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