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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.

16 Comments

  1. analogue_lover
    analogue_lover ·

    WOW, Amazing!

  2. luffyblu
    luffyblu ·

    Superb!

  3. zaruki_zanogi
    zaruki_zanogi ·

    blues!

  4. freckleface
    freckleface ·

    love it when redscale looks like this! Do you remember what you exposed it at by any chance?

  5. fisher-price
    fisher-price ·

    Thanks @freckleface, the film was ISO 400 but I treated it as though it was ISO 200 since I was exposing the wrong side. I used a green filter on many of the shots (including this one) and altered the ISO to 100 on the camera to complicate for the loss of light that this caused - it was a nice sunny day and so this was not a problem. I hope this helps.

  6. bloomchen
    bloomchen ·

    !!!

  7. adamo-75
    adamo-75 ·

    Beautiful shot.

  8. aalper
    aalper ·

    Stunning shot. Animal beauty.

  9. freckleface
    freckleface ·

    Thanks that does help :)

  10. vmhenshaw
    vmhenshaw ·

    Amazing photo and beautiful horse!

  11. lauraajayde
    lauraajayde ·

    Beautiful shot!

  12. belaf
    belaf ·

    the colors are so beatiful!

  13. japsix
    japsix ·

    beautiful shot!

  14. mariskaviska
    mariskaviska ·

    amazing

  15. weaver
    weaver ·

    GORGEOUS!

  16. anne165
    anne165 ·

    this is beautiful love the colors