I have really come to love shooting with Adox Color Implosion 100 film. I always shoot it at box speed and I just love the color tones and grain. It gives a really nice vintage look. And I’m really impressed by the consistency of this film too. I know exactly what I’m going to get when I load Adox Color Implosion in my camera. I’ve got 5 rolls sitting in the fridge and can’t wait to shoot with it!
These shots are from Heritage Park. You can see more photos from this roll here.
These were shot at Juno Beach in Courseulles-sur-Mer, Normandy, France last summer using Adox Color Implosion film. Juno Beach is the codename for the beach that the Canadians stormed on D-Day and it is also home to the Juno Beach Centre, a museum dedicated to those Canadians that fought and lost their lives in WWII. The JBC sponsored my trip to Normandy last summer to tour Canadian battlefields and it left a lasting impression on me. The last photo (with all the flags) features a Cross of Lorraine (viewed from the side) that marks the spot where Charles de Gaulle landed on his return to France after D-Day.
These were shot at Heritage Park at the start of summer using Adox Color Implosion film. I love this film because it has the right amount of grain giving it a vintage look from the ’70s. These were all shot at box speed (hence the cooler tones), but if you shoot this film at ISO 400 the colours will shift towards red. A discussion on shooting this film at various speeds can be found in the Adox Color Implosion Flickr group.