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Long or Short Exposures... Great Pictures with Lomography Redscale XR!

The universal film that will really catch peoples eye. Get really red redscale photos or nice blue yellow tinted exposures that resemble xpro pictures. Either way you are going to get some beautiful lomographs that are surely worthy to hang on your wall above the fireplace.

The first day this film was advertised in the Lomography magazine I knew that I had to have it. Never had I seen such a wonderful film that could yield such beautiful results. I ordered 3 rolls the first day it was announced. A few days later I had received the rolls in the mail and already had my first roll loaded into the camera. I really wanted to shoot this film at a low film setting to get the blue and yellow tints I saw in the advertisement photos. I set my Olympus XA2 to 75 iso and went out into my world.

I was very surprised with the results. With the auto exposure on my Olympus XA2 (similar to the LC-A), some pictures turned out more red and others more yellow and blue. I was instantly in love with this film. It is surely at the top of my favorite films list now. So I decided to use this film again, but this time I set the camera to 50 iso. I took it to the local festival and I got the same amazing results. No matter what camera you use with this film, You will have amazing results.

Now go get this film and have fun. Try a few shots at 200 iso and then down to 50 iso if you want to and everywhere in between, all on the same roll.

written by gnarlyleech

5 comments

  1. awesomesther

    awesomesther

    Nice! I wanna get some too!

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  2. nicolas_noir

    nicolas_noir

    I've got 4 rolls waiting to be shot, but scared! Great gallery!

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  3. dogma

    dogma

    Nice!

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  4. rav_bunneh

    rav_bunneh

    I just ordered a pack to use in my LC-A+. I think I'll shoot the first half at iso 100 and the second half at iso 200. See which I prefer.

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  5. life_on_mars

    life_on_mars

    cute shots

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