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Rad Redscales Taken Using the Lomo LC-A+

The Lomo LC-A+ is a favorite of many for taking all kinds of photos, including rad redscales! This bright and sunny season is one of the best times to shoot with those light-hungry redscales, so allow us to show you some snaps by our fellow lomographers to serve as your inspiration for painting the town red with your Lomo LC-A+!

You must have seen some of the wonderful photos you can take using the Lomo LC-A+, the compact film camera with Russian origins that we lomographers love and adore. We recently showed you some cities by night, splitzed double exposures, and stunning landscapes in analogue. Today, we bring you some impressive redscales taken by our fellow lomographers using their Lomo LC-A+!

The sultry summer season is perfect for those light-hungry redscale films which demand either stronger light or longer exposure times. You can slightly overexpose your redscale films by shooting ISO 400 DIY redscales in 100 ISO setting, or, for the brave and experimental approach, try longer exposures using the quasi bulb mode trick.

Did we miss any of your LC-A+ snaps rich in fiery reddish and orange-y hues? Share them with us with a comment below!

The Lomo LC-A+ is known worldwide for its amazing features: automatic exposure, extended ISO range, and multiple and long exposure capabilities. Get your own Lomo LC-A+ now!

written by plasticpopsicle

5 comments

  1. volgolomo

    volgolomo

    Photos are awesome, really like that shots. so tell me pls where can I get redscale film?

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  2. plasticpopsicle

    plasticpopsicle

    @volgolomo, you can get some 35mm redscale films from the Lomography Online Shop or make your own! Check out this step by step tipster to find out how to do it: http://www.lomograph(…)-scale-film

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  3. volgolomo

    volgolomo

    @plasticpopsicle thx a lot!!!

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  4. plasticpopsicle

    plasticpopsicle

    @volgolomo you're welcome!

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  5. gm_mcleod

    gm_mcleod

    Great Shots!! My redscale shots always come out very grainy!

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