Welcome to the Post-Apocalypse!

Industrial sites are amongst my favourite photo scenarios. Especially those ones already haunted by crawling decay. They are the modern equivalents of Armaggedon. Forming the visual landscape of Post-Apocalypse.

In this episode of industrial decay I included a bulk of bold and bright cross processing. Cross processing means processing E6 slide film in C41 chemistry. Leave aside the hype: For some purposes this experimental technics offers unlimited possibilities. For me it is the natural born medium for industrial vintage photography. It wonderfully adds a post-apocalyptic feeling to every scenario.

I hope you are going to like that style same as I do. Enjoy!

Cameras

Lubitel 166, Holga 120.

Films

Kodak E100VS, Kodak E100G, Kodak 160NC.


If you liked that one…

…you might want to see more cross processing or lomography stuff? So what about having a look at the incredibly crazy Lomochrome Turquoise Film in Jerusalem, or would you prefer a good slip of hot coffee while watching people pass by in the Lomo LC-A Coffee Rain? And why not simply relax and watch Alfred Hitchcock’s Moscow Birds? I would watch all of them, and you?