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Pretty sure this one was with the Agfa Click... but it could have been Holga 120N. There's just no tellin'. :)

clickiemcpete This photo was shot on film. Taken by clickiemcpete with an Agfa Click I loaded with Lomography Redscale (35mm) film (available in our Online Shop) in Turners Falls, MA, United States. This photo can also be found in the album Redscale Winterscapes.

5 comments

  1. barakalofi

    barakalofi

    wawwwww

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  2. lightblue

    lightblue

    greenscale? :)

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  3. blormore

    blormore

    Yeah, what @lightblue said. Did you use a filter?

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  4. clickiemcpete

    clickiemcpete

    Nope, no filter. Just multiple exposures and then when scanning the negatives I lower the brightness during the scan preview. The more or longer the exposure time with the redscale XR the more greenish in tone it can go. Doesn't always work that way but it's fun seeing the different shades possible just by simple adjustment in the scanner, no post scan processing.

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  5. adamo-75

    adamo-75

    Nice!

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