This was my first attempt at re-spooling film to red scale it, I chose some of my vast stock of Sainsburys 400 that expired 5 years ago, to see if I could work it out. Just one problem, no sellotape! so I used Superglue to join it together :D I know that solvent based glues give off all kinds of fumes, so worked fast in the hope the film wouldn't dissolve into a gooey mess before I could get it to the lab (errr... asda). Rattling through the frames quick sharp, I was done 'n' dusted in no time, and left it with the 16 year old in a luminous green polyester uniform for a dip in the c41. On returning, the child in charge apologized and explained that the machine had gone wrong damaging the film, so no charge. I kept quiet about the superglue and back to front emulsion shenanigans and escaped sharpish.This photo was shot on film. Taken by rache1 with a Lomo LC-A loaded with Sainsburys 400 print - red scaled film in Nottingham, United Kingdom. These tags describe this photo: red, scale, river, sky, trees, nature, light, leaks, yellow, orange, gold, and olive. This photo can also be found in the album Sainsburys Redscale Superglue Riverbank LCA.
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