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The truth is that I was not convinced to use a movie Redscale but like everything, if not try it you never know if you like. And in this case I like, loved it!

Photo by fafascinado

It was the first time I used a movie Redscale. Until now, only had used regular movies and a pair of slide film in x-pro. My surprise came open just in reel. Was it me or the negative thing was the reverse? I was so confused that even the other two negative opened the package and saw that everyone was equal. One of two, or really was and for some reason or my package Redscale xr was defective. I chose the first option and uploaded my lc-a + with the film.

A few days later, having shot about 5 photos read a review of cohetesnaranjas. It explains why these orange and red tones of the film. The trick is to reverse the negative and exposed by the usual inverse. After reading the article I was much calmer.

Well, here I show some photos of my first reel Redscale. I was changing the iso of the lc-a + 100 to 200. That is why some came in shades of orange and other red tones.

Or as I said, I liked so very much the combination Redscale and lc-a + I ordered another pack to lomography!

written by fafascinado and translated by niko_fuzzy

2 comments

  1. renenob

    renenob

    awesome photos!

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  2. natalieerachel

    natalieerachel

    I've always wondered: What kind of differences are in the photos using flipped over slide films and flipped over color negative films?

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