I just love to see the world in RED, and in this review, I want to show you 5 color negative films that I made into redscale films.
I don`t really want to show you how to make a redscale film at home, but rather just to compare and show 5 films with pictures to let you know what you can expect. If you want to know how to make a redscale roll, you should click here
I exposed the roll at the given value and almost all the pictures were underexposed. I recommend you to expose the film 2 or 4 times longer (depending on weather).
100 → 25/50, 200 → 50/100, 400 → 100/200, …
The 5 films that I compared on the basis of pictures are…:
Rossmann (German drugstore) 400, exposed at ISO 100
DM Paradies (German drugstore) 400, exposed at ISO 400
DM Paradies (German drugstore) 400, exposed at ISO 200
Kodak Farbwelt (“Colorworld”) 100, exposed at ISO 25
Kodacolor 400, exposed at ISO 100
1. Rossmann 400
2. DM Paradies 400
3. DM Paradies 400
4. Kodak Farbwelt 100
5. Kodacolor 400
Of the 5 films, I like the Rossmann 400 most, because it gives such an intensive RED.
I hope I was able to help you with your next decision on what film you choose to redsale. :)
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