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This roll sat in my Lomo LC-A for about a year and a half. The slow 64-speed film requires high levels of artificial light to achieve faithful exposure. As I was seldom in these conditions I decided to use the film in a more experimental fashion – using it sparingly in a variety of lighting conditions and hoping for the best. I fully expected the exterior shots to carry a cool, bluish hue, but to my surprise the photographs actually produced some rather interesting results.