Expectations for this Colour Implosion film were pretty low after reading about the unpredictable colour shifts, that said however it hadn't especially put me off since i had previously fallen for the progressive colour hues of it's Lomography film cousin Lomochrome Purple. There's something about colour shifts that can enhance an image, evoking something 'other', transforming your film from just a moment's capture to some kind of hazy memory
As was reviewed by others not all colour shifts were wanted or particularly pleasing. Around a quarter of the roll was just too garish, also more images were lost as it ripped away from spool in camera, but if you're colour-centric/not always especially precious about your film images/the type who finds beauty in unpredictability, then i'd give you a huge nudge to try it
Shot at Belvoir Forest Park in Belfast with Canon A1 and 35mm Colour Implosion Lomography film at 100ASA & a skylight filter.