Redscaled Films : D.I.Y. Redscaling Slide/Positive Film (Part II)

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Wish me luck so I can get more slide film that I haven't tried to D.I.Y. redscale!

If you don’t remember, this is part one. I have bought some other slide film that I haven’t tried before and I D.I.Y. redscaled it.

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Porst Dia Chrome. I got yellow results when shooting with a D.I.Y. redscale of Porst Dia Chrome film. Maybe because I shot the lamp (?)
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3M Tungsten ISO 640T. It produces yellow and orange colors when you rescale this 1984 expired film.

AGFA CT Precisa 100. When I shot the ray of light right above the Ka’bah in Mecca, Saudi Arabia, the D.I.Y. redscale color is just light from God.

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Fuji Velvia 100F. Still dominantly red and velvet even though I redscaled it
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Kodak Ektachrome 100SW. This film produces a lot of color, red, yellow, orange, and dark grey. Maybe because I double exposed this shot with both sides so the normal dark grey road mixed with the D.I.Y. color of this film produced the effect.
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Kodak EBX. Producing shocking yellows and reds, just like its normal color, shockingly saturated.

written by hervinsyah on 2013-06-12 in #reviews

3 Comments

  1. abecd
    abecd ·

    Expired 1984?? wow:O

  2. hervinsyah
    hervinsyah ·

    @abecd : Yes, and it's still have it's lil bit tungsten color

  3. abecd
    abecd ·

    Cool!

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