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DIY Redscale, Featuring Kodak Colorplus

Have you ever wonder what results would you get if you DIY your own redscale films? I took what's on my table, an empty canister and an expired 2008 Kodak Colorplus pack. I DIY it into a redscale film and here are the results! :)

Kodak Colorplus is a budget affordable color negative film sold everywhere. Being a curious guy as I’ve never done redscale before, I went ahead to DIY it and here are some samples of the results I want to share!

Its very reddish throughout the roll. But I’m seeing a bit of green in the plant photos.

I’m very happy with the results, its my first time though. Speechless now. :P

A normal C-41 process will do the job and don’t forget to flip the images because when you get back your images would be mirrored. :)

written by mrbryson

4 comments

  1. aroninvt

    aroninvt

    Why is there spam everywhere?

    Anywho, great work on the DIY redscale!

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  2. andrea_gail

    andrea_gail

    You can expose at higher film ISO or purposely overexpose by 1 or 2 stops if you want more color. The photos will still have that yellow-orange-red tint depending on what film you use. :D

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  3. simonh82

    simonh82

    Nice photos, good article!

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  4. mrbryson

    mrbryson

    thank you all for the likes! :D

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