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hxloon, rik041 & sobetion.
I think maybe this first one got overexposed, and the others got underexposed. In my experience, overexposed redscale tends to look more 'normal', and underexposed redscale gets very dark, and when you retrieve the image in scanning, it turns greyish.
Or, something went wrong scanning...
this photo is take with pinhole, the others no...this is the only difference...the setting on others photo is on "sun"...bah! i don't know what happened...but I'll scan again the film (a lab make these scans...now i've buy a scanner and i'll try...)
I had the same problem with the diana... if there is no a fantastic sun, it's better to set the diana in cloudy and more if the film is 100 ISO.
hi sommer! I'll try again in a very sunshine day and with cloudy set up! i think that it' s the only solution!!!