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Well i got bored the other night decided to make roll of redscale film using the old flip cut a stick technique. I had several problems with this roll and im very suprised i got the results i did. Firstly the film expired in 2002 and alot of the film was rotten so much so there was a portion of film where the sprockets had perished which brought me to my second problem, which was that i couldn't load the film on the reel as it kept getting wedged when it reached the perished part of the film. Then finally as there was no reel in my tank i couldn't guarantee it was light tight either! Shooting was an issue too as i rated the film at 50ASA and i don't think England has ever been bright enough to allow you to shoot pictures at hand held speeds! Therefore i mainly just kept the camera set to f/2.8 - 1/60 :DThis photo was shot on film. Taken by chilledvondub with a Lomo LC-A loaded with Fuji Real 100 Redscaled film in Horsham, United Kingdom. These tags describe this photo: chilledvondub, sussex, horsham, snow, expired, colourshift, contrast, vinyetting, 50iso, reversed, diy, reala, fuji, redscale, gomz, automat, compact, ussr, russian, lca, and lomo. Date: 2013-01-18. Time: Afternoon. This photo can also be found in the album ЛОМО́ LC-A - FR - RS - 50ASA.
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