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Redscale flower macro #2

Redscale flower macro #2

I shot this album on my first roll of homemade redscale, at the ruins of Waverley Abbey, England's first Cistercian abbey (founded in 1128), near Farnham, in Surrey. Pretty happy with how it turned out, I guess, but I'll need more practice to get consistently good shots.

buckshot This photo was shot on film. Taken by buckshot with a Pentax P50 loaded with Homemade redscale (Fuji Superia ISO 200 shot as ISO 100) film in Farnham, Surrey, United Kingdom. These tags describe this photo: redscale, red, homemade, diy, nature, and countryside. Date: 2012-08-19. Time: Morning. This photo can also be found in the album Red Ruins.


  1. buckshot


    This shot confirms what I read somewhere: that the focus can be slightly off when shooting redscale, especially in macro shots. I'm absolutely certain that the water droplets on these weeds were in pin-sharp focus when I took this picture.

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  2. marcus_loves_film


    @buckshot ^^I've never heard this before but it makes sense because the focal plane would be moved back slightly because the film is reversed.

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  3. saidseni


    Wow... I'm always learning here, that why I love lomographers! :)

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  4. polkadotflowers


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