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Redscaled Films : D.I.Y. Redscaling Slide/Positive Film (Part II)

Wish me luck so I can get more slide film that I haven't tried to D.I.Y. redscale!

If you don’t remember, this is part one. I have bought some other slide film that I haven’t tried before and I D.I.Y. redscaled it.

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Porst Dia Chrome. I got yellow results when shooting with a D.I.Y. redscale of Porst Dia Chrome film. Maybe because I shot the lamp (?)

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3M Tungsten ISO 640T. It produces yellow and orange colors when you rescale this 1984 expired film.

AGFA CT Precisa 100. When I shot the ray of light right above the Ka’bah in Mecca, Saudi Arabia, the D.I.Y. redscale color is just light from God.

Fuji Velvia 100F. Still dominantly red and velvet even though I redscaled it

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Kodak Ektachrome 100SW. This film produces a lot of color, red, yellow, orange, and dark grey. Maybe because I double exposed this shot with both sides so the normal dark grey road mixed with the D.I.Y. color of this film produced the effect.

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Kodak EBX. Producing shocking yellows and reds, just like its normal color, shockingly saturated.

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  1. abecd


    Expired 1984?? wow:O

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  2. hervinsyah


    @abecd : Yes, and it's still have it's lil bit tungsten color

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