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Second homemade redscale (& exposing both sides of the film)

Second homemade redscale (& exposing both sides of the film)

My second attempt at exposing both sides of the film is much better if I may say so myself! I used my Canon so I can set the ISO. I used 400 CN but for the first exposures I set the camera on 800. After redscaling the film I tried both setting the ISO on 800 and 400. 400 ISO definitely works better for the redscale part, as to compensate for the already exposed film and the redscale seems to be less light sensitive anyway. I'm so thrilled by the results!

desibel This photo was shot on film. Taken by desibel with a Canon AE-1 loaded with Lomography 400 CN (normal + redscaled) film in Amsterdam, Netherlands. These tags describe this photo: ebs, exposing both sides, doubles, mpx, double exposure, redscale, homemade redscale, diy, desibel, amsterdam, netherlands, nederland, nld, canon ae-1, and cn 400. This photo can also be found in the albums RedscalesHomemade redscale + exposing both sides.

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