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I followed the DIY Tipster article on creating your own Redscale film i used a Fuji Reala 100 35mm, and from this result i have a feeling 100ISO film reversed may provide around a 20ISO possibly even lower? im going to attempt this again with a Kodak 200 35mm and do some long exposures. If anyonye can provide me with some assistance on aperture, exposure and ISO id be more than greatful my lightmeters dont do this method. FYI in this shot: 1/125 f2.8 50ISO (and its slight massively under exposed :s) was shot at dusk

chilledvondub This photo was shot on film. Taken by chilledvondub with a Ricoh 500 G loaded with Fuji Reala DIY Redscale film in Horsham, United Kingdom. These tags describe this photo: fuji, reala, redscale, diy, 35mm, ricoh, 500gx, rangefinder, fail, and needhelp. Date: 2012-05-14. Time: Dusk. This photo can also be found in the album Fuji Reala Redscale Attempt 1/Failscale.

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  1. coastal_lauren


    The sky though, it's so pretty and pink.

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