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REDSCALE it's awesome

See… I’m from Buenos Aires, Argentina.
It’s summer, and most of the times ir gorgeous !! But you have days like these, that is just so hot, in’t unbelievable.
So i took my camera, my lovely Diana F+ Edelweiss and started shooting with the Lomography redscale 50-200, all over town.

I’m an enthusiastic beginner, so i’m not really sure how much light or at what distance should i take a photo. But, i love the element of surprise.

Sometimes its like 25 ºC… (I WISH !) Nowadays it’s impossible to go out around noon. There must be like 55ºC or…100 ºC !!

So, as you can see, it’s looks like Buenos Aires is hell. Well… that’s how hot it is here !

I was so excited to shoot my first redscale film roll. Only 10 photos, simple. Though i thought that it would be less red, you know, hints of red here and there. I’m happy with the results.

I’ve prepared a redscale diy with a Fuji ISO 400 color negative. I’ll let you know how it goes :)

written by aldana

4 comments

  1. asharnanae

    asharnanae

    It great trying our new films and seeing the effect they create. :)

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  2. santa-sangre

    santa-sangre

    There´s nothing like trying new things to boost imagination! The Redscale fim needs a lot of light to burn the image properly. If you´re using a 400 film on your Diana try shooting on a day with lots of light where normaly you would use a 100ASA film! It really needs to be over exposed otherwise you get your photos too dark! I used my 1st redscale today on a Recesky camera! Hope it turns out ok.....

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  3. aldana

    aldana

    Thank's for your comments ! Hope to see those pics soon !

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  4. santa-sangre

    santa-sangre

    I got the redscale pictures today.......im not happy
    http://www.lomograph(…)isappointed

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