Town & Country
Second roll with my homemade LC-Wide splitzer (see tipster here: http://goo.gl/A0xgRB). These didn't turn out so good. It was my first try with home-redscaled Superia 1600, which, frankly, is far from superior - at least as far as redscaling is concerned. These were shot on three days with very different lighting conditions: a really sunny day (the Guildford shots), a sunny but hazy day (the Canary Wharf shots) and a totally overcast day (the Puttenham shots). None of them yielded the kind of redscale look I'm used to with other films. Conclusion: avoid Superia 1600.Taken by buckshot with a Lomo LC-Wide (available in our Online Shop) loaded with FUJI Superia 1600 ASA film in London, United Kingdom. These tags describe this photo: symmetry, homemade splitzer, and homemade redscale. Date: 2014-04-03. Time: Afternoon. This photo can also be found in the album Town & Country.
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