What happens when you want to shoot Redscale but realised that your had used up all your stash? Why don’t you try to DIY some Redscale film?
Film rated ISO400 or more
1. Bring your tools into a darkroom.
2. Pull out all the film in the dark.
3. Leave at least an inch of film at the end as a “leader” and cut off the rest of the film.
4. Reverse the film that was cut off.
5. Tape the reversed film back onto the inch of “leader” film.
6. Roll everything back into the canister.
7. Mission accomplished! Ready to Shoot!
If you want to take your creative, analogue experience to the next level why not try starting up a film swap project. You'll get to work with other budding photographers in revealing something totally unique and one-off. This article gives you some tips on getting it right the first time.
We shine the spotlight on Lomographers who have been with us for the past few years. They are the community members who continue to inspire us with their distinctive visual styles. Say hello to frenchfyl, a Lomographer who hails from a small village in the South of France!
Starting this month, we would like to shine the spotlight on Lomographers who have been with us for the past few years. They are the community members who continue to inspire us with their distinctive visual styles. Today, say hello to osteologist, teacher, and photographer La Fille Renne (aka @lafilledeer).
Due to popular demand, we made some upgrades with the Berlin Kino 400 for better black-and-white results. Hear out what these artists have to say as they share their own thoughts and photographs using the new formula.
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Through the spirit of surf, adventure and road trip, Elisa Routa makes us discover authentic and raw California! Equipped with the Lomo LC-Wide, she captured every moment on film and shares with us a series of black and white pictures made with our Berlin Kino 400.