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Modified Redscale

Modified Redscale

I put the film invertedly on purpose so that a 35mm redscale roll was produced!

an_lai_drew This photo was shot on film. Taken by an_lai_drew with a Holga 120 GN loaded with diy redscale film in Singapore. These tags describe this photo: 200, lucky, holiday, and redscale. Date: 2012. This photo can be found in the album Experiment!.

2 comments

  1. jazz_cafe

    jazz_cafe

    Ah I see what you mean about the silhouettes only showing. I had the same problem with a roll of 400 ISO. Only managed to take about 3 photos that were any good.

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  2. an_lai_drew

    an_lai_drew

    I read an article somewhere, it states that when you expose a film at its redscale side, the exposure will be reduced by two stops. This may be the problem we encountered i guess

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