Chrome that I re-loaded backwards as redscale film. The film is 200 ISO film which I exposed at 100 ISO (to compensate for the redscale) and then cross processed at home with Unicolor C-41 chemicals pushed 1 stop. When done, I found that my new camera had a major light leak. and that film was underexposed by a couple of stops.This photo was shot on film. Taken by kdstevens with an Olympus XA2 loaded with Kodak Elite Chrome 200 Redscale film in Novato, California, United States. These tags describe this photo: light leaks, redscale e-6 film, xpro, cross processed, leaky camera, redscale and cross processed, lake, pavilion, dramatic skys, do-it-yourself redscale film, and do-it-yourself c-41. This photo can also be found in the album Leaky Olympus, Redscale and Xpro.
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