It is known that Lomography likes to push the boundaries of analogue photography. Today on Lomopedia, we’ve got the first medium format redscale film that comes with an extended exposure range: Redscale XR 50-200 for 120!
Lomography Redscale XR has an extended range so it works well with any camera you choose, thanks to its varying ISO range of 50-200. Depending on which setting you choose, you can get autumnal oranges, warm reds or even cool blues! That means more creative control and unlimited analogue possibilities! Try Lomography Redscale XR 50-200 120 for medium format today!
Type: Color negative film
Developing: C-41 (one-hour photo labs)
Lomography’s first medium format redscale film with extended exposure range
Marco Justus Schöler is a self-taught portrait photographer from Germany. He first got into photography at the age of 16 when he came across Lomography cameras. Today, he counts well-known brands among his clients and regularly takes portraits of celebrities.
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