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In Love with Film: Lomography Lobster Redscale 110

If you like the photos to range from Orange to copper red, the Lomography Redscale Lobster for you. Read on to find out more about this film.

The Lomography Redscale Lobster 200 is a redscale film with 200 ISO in the 110 film format. With its ISO 200, this film is very versatile and can be used in most photographic situations, outdoors in the sun or clouds, or indoors with the aid of a flash. The grain is evident despite the ISO 200, although not as much a hassle. The colors are beautiful and the pictures tend to give light orange/yellow to Auburn red spikes. This color difference is not due to difference in ISO set but by the light and shadows in the scene. Due to the small size of the roller (110) this film is not very suitable for making great magnifications.

Features at a glance:

  • Medium sensitivity ISO 200
  • Clear grain
  • Loads of color
  • Colors tend to be an orange to a coppery red
  • Suitable for digital scanning
  • Good in most photographic situations
  • Suitable for outdoor
  • Suitable for indoor with flash
  • Available in 110mm

I started to load the film and I shot with my Holga Baby 110 in all light situations to test it. In a short amount of time I realized that I had finished all the shots. Most of the photos were taken with the Sun very strong, in fact the photos tend all to have orange/yellow to red spikes. This color difference is not due to difference in ISO settings on the machine, but by the light and shadows in the scene.

Here’s some pics:

The film resembles a little the colors of Lomography Redscale 100 (135-120). Even with this film you can get different shades of red in the scene depending on the kind of light available.

written by simonesavo and translated by simonesavo

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