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Awesome Albums: Kyoto in Autumn -Redscale- by hodachrome

Autumn is coming and what better way to shoot those falling leaves but through analogue? And oh, in some fine redscale film, too!

To grab an idea of how beautiful your Lomographs could be, then let’s take example from our LomoGuru hodachrome and his stunning album Kyoto in Autumn Redscale. Really, my jaw dropped upon seeing every photo in this album. Simply stunning!

Captured using a Lomo LC-A and his own handmade redscale film in ISO 400, this awesome album makes we want to book a flight in Japan and have the best autumn experience!

The Awesome Albums series is exactly what it says on the tin — it’s a love letter of sorts from the Editors addressed to user-uploaded albums that had caught their eye and had inadvertently fallen in love with. Please understand though, they’re really just here to express their love and nothing more.

written by mayeemayee


  1. mayeemayee


    Love love love this album, @hodachrome! :)

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  2. paolo_dw


    @hodachrome, Which is the original film you were using? I am assuming you chose a CN film and reversed it?
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  3. ojjvz


    Fucking amazing!

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  4. hodachrome


    Thanks very much for featuring this album, @mayeemayee :)
    Yes, most attractive season for Kyoto is coming soon!

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  5. hodachrome


    I liked to use Kodak Portra400 or 800 for redscale but since it's finished the sales I often use Lomography Negative800 for redscale. Fuji Negative400 or 800 are nice too. Yes, I only try with Negative films. Refer to my article about how to make redscale films: http://www.lomograph(…)-scale-film

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