First time I used this film was three years ago, a friend of mine sent this roll for doubles. She said that this roll was already exposed and I have to expose it too with my Horizon. To shorten the story, we are doing a film swap or doubles so nothing new, but when I received the result from the photo lab, it was the perfect combination between Lomography Redscale 100 and the Horizon Perfekt! What a surprise!
Maybe some of them didn’t really collide but as you can see, the result when you combine this dynamic duo is really nice! Red and orange!
On that roll my friend shot the first layer in a sunny New York day and I shot randomly indoor so there was a mix up, it is fair to say that this film is so versatile as you can use it both outdoor and indoor. Don’t forget the setting so you get well-exposed images!
What I can tell you about this film is the redscale is so original, maybe its not bright as Lomography XR 50-400 but this film has its own trademark. You can see this “trademark” in the gallery below!
Oh I forgot to tell you that this film was sent from @monoflow!
If you want to taste a fine redscale with red,yellow and a touch of orange then this film is perfect for you! Maybe next time I will make a review between this film and Lomography XR 50-400 so we can compare how beautiful these two redscale films are. Maybe some of you prefer to make homemade redscale and some of you are too lazy to make on then you must try Lomography Redscale 100!
So come on paint red your town!
Load up the Lomography Redscale 100 35mm film and achieve the warm-tinged effect produced only by exposing the negative on the reverse side! You’ll get breathtaking square shots evoking intensely warm, honey hues. See our selection of Lomography films here.