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Lomography Rad Redscale Gallery

Want to spice up your drab, normal shooting days? Perk it up with Lomography's homebrewed 35mm Redscale Film!

If you want to red things up a bit on your Lomographic life, then Redscale is the way to go! By redscaling your negative film, you introduce a whole new world of reds, yellows, and magentas into your shots. You can do it yourself with a changing bag or you can our very own Lomography 35mm Redscale Film for a more convenient way! Before shooting, bear in mind though that you need to overexpose it by 1-2 stops to bring out the color!

Here are some of the most gorgeous redscale images that you can see in our Photos section of the site. Upload yours and tag them so that we can feature them in the future as well. For the meantime, here’s a small gallery of them red shots!

written by cruzron

6 comments

  1. oldskool_rider

    oldskool_rider

    woop woop, thanks LSI for picturing one of my shots in the gallery here (shot 9)...great shots everyone else! this is truely an amazing film, cant wait to shoot with it again!

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  2. lomosexual_manboy

    lomosexual_manboy

    What an inspiring gallery. As I was scanning through I was thinking about which camera I am going to load some redscale film in.

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  3. vicuna

    vicuna

    I loooove them RED!!! redscale is on of my favorite films, so surprising everytime, so rich colors from yellow to orange to deep reds.... :))) And happy to see some of my shots here ;)))

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  4. vicuna

    vicuna

    @lomosexual_manboy: as for a great film-camera combo, I really like to put some redscale in my Horizon.... and of course LCA!! :))

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  5. xbalboax

    xbalboax

    that is my shot! shot 1 cool, thanks lsi! great gallery

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  6. iamtheju

    iamtheju

    just did my first diy redscale film. I used Lomo 800CN because i was worried about exposures.
    http://www.lomograph(…)iy-redscale
    next time i'll try 400 film.

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