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This photo was shot on film. Taken by okonsten with a Lomography Diana Mini (available in our Online Shop) loaded with Lomographic Redscale 50-200 ISO film in Stockholm, Sweden. These tags describe this photo: people, green, city, blur, gestalts, happy, rumble, accidents, stockholm, and lomography. Date: 2011-04. Time: Noon. This photo can also be found in the album Random.

3 comments

  1. chethong

    chethong

    Wondering how you make it green with a Redscale film ?

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  2. okonsten

    okonsten

    Good observe. Not thought about it myself. But the film can be green / yellow 'ish, if you push it to 50 Iso. Plus that the shot is well overexposed and therefore lighter. So I guess that's what happened. Or so I'm lying and just thinks thats no would be smart enough to think that I have shot with redscale though they're green:)
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  3. okonsten

    okonsten

    Naaw, seriously though:) You can read about the film here: http://shop.lomography.com/films/lomography-redscale-xr-50-200-pack-of-3
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