News & Events

NEWS: LomoChrome Turquoise is Back!

November 4, 2021

Yesterday, Lomography announced that LomoChrome Turquoise is coming back! They have opened up 15% discounted preorders on their website here.

I actually hadn’t realised it wasn’t available until I read  Christian Schroeder’s article about Metropolis and the Purple films (here) and wondered why he also hadn’t tried the Turquoise variety. Regardless, it is back now, and I think I am going to try some!

Some words from Lomography:

We have a promise to keep. A promise to keep film alive. To give our community the tools they need to find joy in the analogue world.
Rather than discontinuing film, we prefer to expand our collection and give film shooters worldwide the opportunity to get creative with all sorts of exciting emulsions! So, after countless requests via our DMs, emails, tweets, by carrier pigeon and more… we are thrilled to announce that there’s a new member joining our ever-expanding film family. LomoChrome Turquoise is BACK and ready to make a splash with its tantalizing tones! Available in limited quantities only, this tremendous turquoise treasure won’t be around long!

You can get your’s on their website here.

Contribute to 35mmc for an Ad-Free Experience

There are two ways to experience 35mmc without the adverts:

Paid Subscription - £2.99 per month and you’ll never see an advert again! (Free 3-day trial)
Subscribe here

Content contributor - become a part of the world’s biggest film and alternative photography community blog. All our Contributors have an ad-free experience for life.
Sign up here.

2 Comments

  • Reply
    Michael Elliott
    November 4, 2021 at 4:21 pm

    Looks like you could make an image like the Houses of the Holy album cover with that film! Ordered the 3 pack mixed format set, looking forward to it!

    Thanks for the headsup Hamish!

  • Reply
    Jesse
    November 4, 2021 at 9:44 pm

    I was so happy to see this news. Like so many others, I started on film for a lot of years because that’s what there was, then went digital for “cost savings” and by the time I came back to film was right after they discontinued the Turquoise. I’ve always really enjoyed the Purple and to some degree also the Metropolis and was super bummed I missed this one due to how extreme the color shifts are. Small prayers answered!

Leave a Reply

This site uses User Verification plugin to reduce spam. See how your comment data is processed.

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.

Contribute to 35mmc for an Ad-Free Experience -Click here to find out more
+