My first attempt at DIY Redscale

I used Kodak Ultramax 400 film, but treated it as though it was a 200 since I was exposing the wrong side. I used a green filter on many of the shots and set the ISO to 100 to complicate for the loss of light this caused - it was a nice sunny day and so this was not a problem.

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  1. luffyblu
    luffyblu ·

    Beautiful album. :)

  2. yijing
    yijing ·


  3. co
    co ·

    Like the hole album!

  4. exquisitenat
    exquisitenat ·

    love the shot!

  5. feelux
    feelux ·


  6. gothic666
    gothic666 ·

    Very good!

  7. ccwu
    ccwu ·

    beautiful light!!

  8. regina_falangi
    regina_falangi ·

    looks like a movie!

  9. evatje
    evatje ·

    Wow, nice one!

  10. skrutt
    skrutt ·

    Think its a lovely photo!

  11. desibel
    desibel ·

    What iso did you use and what iso setting did you set your lc-a on? My first homemade redscales came out way too red!

  12. misschoo
    misschoo ·

    awww this is so pretty!

  13. mayprodrigo
    mayprodrigo ·

    Congrats, this is stunning.

  14. annelie
    annelie ·


  15. fisher-price
    fisher-price ·

    @desibel, please see the description, I've added this info to it. Thanks.

  16. simonesavo
    simonesavo ·


  17. sayekerink
    sayekerink ·

    Awesomeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee!!! Pretty great 1st attempt eh? hehe ;]