I don't know what happened but i shot a entire redscale filme with a 100 ISO in my LC-A+ and the only pictures that i got were this two, with a strong red color and contrast. Does anyone knows what could the problem be?

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  1. panchromatic
    panchromatic ·

    If it's possible, it might be worthwhile overexposing the film 1 or 2 stops. That should hopefully give you more orange and yellow tones if you don't like the deep red colour.

  2. panchromatic
    panchromatic ·

    But nice photo anyway!