The innovation of redscale certainly caught everyone by surprise. Imagine that by simply re-spooling the opposite side of a negative film, you could have access to a world tinted in red! Re-spooling is of course, not the most enjoyable thing to do in your free time so we introduced our very own Lomography Rescale Negative 100 so that you can just pop-in the roll, shoot, and wait for the results. While waiting though, we asked you guys to ‘like’ your favorite Lomography Redscale photos in our Film Tag-Like Rumble and here we are with our top three! It was a close fight but vicuna comes up on top quickly followed by macmarco and tracyvmoore They each win 10 Piggies! Congrats fellow redscale lovers! If you want to see the other awesome photos, feel free to check them out here
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