Shooting with DIY Redscale Film

Overshadowed by Singapore’s Toa Payoh flagship Town Park, this little piece of greenery is often overlooked by many as a greenery haven, that is, if they even know it exists. I made a roll of redscale film from an expired Kodak UltraMax 400 film. Photos were shot at ISO 50. Somehow, I just like this particular color tone. Got to try shooting it at ISO 25 or lower one of these days.

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