How My Diana Mini Met Mr. Redscale


How I had my Lomography Diana Mini meet Mr. Lomography Redscale XR-50-200 35mm.

I got my Diana Mini at the end of July 2010. I had not used it, but I decided to do the photo project “Arde la calle” (Street Burns). It’s a photo project which was done during a trip in the south of Spain, in Andalucia: Granada, Cordoba, and Sevilla..

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We can find here famous places such as Albaicin, The Alhambra, and Seville’s Cathedral. It was the best way to know my camera, because until that, the results were so far from what I expected.

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Being a beginner with the eyes of someone who’s seeing something new while traveling, I got 2 Lomography Redscale XR 50-200 Spools. The result? Lots of cool photos of the city!

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Lomography’s redscale film helped me to learn and improve the results, I was so happy with them. I love it when you get that intense and bright red color, but I was a little annoyed about the strip on all the film, but at the end i realized that all the photos (or most) that have used this film, has the same “effect” and strip…

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written by carlosbull on 2011-07-07 in #reviews #lomography #sevilla #andalucia #redscale #lomo #granada #diana-mini #user-review
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  1. 0live
    0live ·

    Love redscale film in the diana mini. They were meant to be together!

  2. carlosbull
    carlosbull ·

    Redscale is my fav film for the moment!!

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