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Shooting at Low ISOs with a DIY Redscale Film

Shooting at Low ISOs with a DIY Redscale Film

To me, the fun really begins when you redscale a roll of film and shoot it at various speeds. I just love its warm colors.

uncle_jay This photo was shot on film. Taken by uncle_jay with an Olympus XA loaded with Kodak Ultramax 400 (35mm) film in Singapore, Singapore. These tags describe this photo: singapore, 400, kodak, film, print, ultramax, redscale, diy, iso, 50, cheap, expired, warm, olympus, xa, nikon, f601, street, and photography. Date: 2012-03. This photo can also be found in the album Olympus XA + DIY Redscale - Shooting At Low ISO Speeds.

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