self made redscale film I made with this rather unknown emulsion!
Redscale means, that you shoot the photos through the backside of the film. As the plastic material is orange, your shots will get colored in all scales of red, from yellow to dark red. You can try this technique with film of any kind. Here I used Hema Color Negative Film with 400 ISO. I got almost expired ones in Netherlands and as they expire soon, I tried to redscale it. It worked very well.
I loaded my Horizon Perfekt with that film and shot, shot, shot! Definitely will be reversnig a couple rolls of this lovely film! Really worth trying again.
We got to chat with documentary filmmakers, Emanuele Mengotti and Marco Tomaselli who's new film "West of Babylonia" details the lives of those occupying Slab City, a self proclaimed new society. Working with the LomoKino and Petzval Lens, the duo made a stunning film.
Seb Mueller is the bassist of rock band SWMRS. He's a total film enthusiast, experimenting with lots of different emulsions and formats, such as 110 and Redscale. He shared an analog tour diary from US run with label-mates All Time Low. Check it out!
LomoAmigo Jonathan Chiang returns to the digital pages of the Lomography Magazine and had a quick chat with us about his experience with the Lomography Belair camera and the Lomography Color Negative 400 ISO 120 film.
We have previously featured Iosune de Goñi, a young photographer and writer from Navarra, Spain. This time, she shares with us her latest series of photographs, which she has shot on the color-shifting New LomoChrome Purple film.