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Lomography RedScale (35mm, 100 iso) staff-review

What we have here is nothing short of a ground-shaking and hand-clapping revolution in analog photography. This is the world’s very first pre-loaded and ready-to-shoot RedScale film – designed to re-cast your image in a sea of powerful and seriously intense red, orange, and yellow tones.

What we have here is nothing short of a ground-shaking and hand-clapping revolution in analog photography. This is the world’s very first pre-loaded and ready-to-shoot RedScale film – designed to re-cast your image in a sea of powerful and seriously intense red, orange, and yellow tones.

Basically RedScale is about exposing a roll of colour negative film from the “wrong side”: meaning that first the base of the film is exposed, then the layers with the emulsions. Until now this was only possible for those with a passion for DIY handiwork, who would painstakingly flip their films in the darkroom. Now, for the first time ever, you can buy this kind of film ready-to-shoot!

Lomography RedScale loads perfectly into all Lomographic Cameras such as the LC-A, LC-A+ or the Diana+ with its 35mm Back. Sensibility is 100 ISO and the results are stunning – that’s for sure!

written by d_i_d

10 comments

  1. superlighter

    superlighter

    just add some of mine made with a fujifilm superia 400 (the reddish)and with a kodak gold 400 (more yellow).
    I love how look the sky, cloudy days are the best for shot redscale.

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  2. superlighter

    superlighter

    stupid me! you need only Lomography RedScale film shots...

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  3. graefin

    graefin

    Redscaling is the best reason to use normal colourfilm again (instead of the favoured slide film)!
    The pictures look great. Everyday summer ;)

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  4. poshone

    Bought mine @ Photokina & I'm about to have them back tomorrow! Can't wait.. Pics here look stunning!

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  5. kylethefrench

    kylethefrench

    fail for me

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  6. xbalboax

    xbalboax

    now all we need is redscale 120 film!

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  7. vicuna

    vicuna

    Fantastic film indeed!! Thanks LSI for producing this new 35mm film!! :)))

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  8. butter

    I hate to be a little anti-LSI but why not just MAKE this film? You can get an empty spool from a lab and 4 or 5 rolls of some color film for 5 or 6 bucks and just wind the film backward into the empty spool in a dark room (bathroom + duct tape) instead of blowing almost $5 a roll on this stuff.

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  9. foole

    I've gotten great results with this film.
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  10. day3hugger

    day3hugger

    is this film good for very bright conditions?

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