Suddenly got a feeling to shoot with Redscale, however the Lomography Shop’s Redscale are all sold out… What should you do? Why not use a DIY Redscale film!
ISO400 or above film
1. Bring all your tools to the darkroom。
2. Pull out your film in the darkness。
3. Keep at list one inch film from the container and cut the rest out。
4. Turnover the rest of the film。
5. Then stick the film back to the ‘one inch’ together with the sticker。
6. Rewind back all the film into the container。
7. Finish and it is ready to use。
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