Dreamy bloodshot scenes using miniature cameras. It doesn't get any better than this. Read on as we feature community Lomography Lobster Redscale 110 reviews for this week's Reviews on Rewind.
If you want photos which are not too bright and looks more like a painting or an old picture this is your film! Also I think it’s a pretty good film for experimenting, which I will try next time using this film.
If there was a word that could perfectly describe this film, it would definitely be “intense”. It has two colours that dominates the entire film, only two, (at least in my case). But despite that fact, it doesn’t represent any disadvantage at all; it is its strength. Both colours, orange and red, look saturated and vibrant, making a banal and insignificant photograph into something else.
Now, obviously 110 films are always so easy to use, I think they’re perfect for new Lomographers who are getting their first analogue experience. You just insert the film cartridge in the camera, click it shut and wind the film until you get to your first shot, easy as pie! And the results simply rock, the colours go from a hellish orange to a very warm red.
I really like the colors. Great reds and beautiful blue-greens. I am very glad that I have two more films in the refrigerator.
Now, 110 format enthusiasts can enjoy that wonderful redscale effect most commonly seen in 35mm format. So whether you like red or orange tones in your photo, transforming your pictures into GOLD, or adore those rich retro sepia tones in your 110 image, the Redscale Lobster 110 film is your winner.