Lomography Redscale 100 - Vintage


To use “Colors of Autumn” to describe the Lomography Redscale 100 doesn’t seem very appropriate. in reference to my photos posted here.

To describe the colors as sunset, evening twilight seem to be more apt…

Of course, besides the sunset color cast, the red tint gives the photos a vintage feel……this is the reason why I use Redscale film.

As I am not very good at estimating exposure, some photos are underexposed……Although they look slightly dark, don’t they exude a certain charm too?

Nonetheless, this is the first time I am using the Lomography Redscale 100 and I tried experimenting with different settings ……these 2 photos are shot at different ISO for comparison purposes……

ISO 100
Indoor triple exposure at ISO400

written by mune316 on 2011-02-07 #gear #film #review #redscale #vintage #lomography #user-review #lomography-redscale-100
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