1. robertofiuza
    robertofiuza ·

    Thanks @polka- :)

  2. hervinsyah
    hervinsyah ·

    is it at golden hour (good sunshine in the morning/afternoon) ?

  3. robertofiuza
    robertofiuza ·

    Not really @hervinsyah, but with redscale it's always golden hour ;) This is mid morning I think.

  4. tracyvmoore
    tracyvmoore ·

    This entire album ROCKS! Great job!

  5. robertofiuza
    robertofiuza ·

    :) @tracyvmoore

  6. hervinsyah
    hervinsyah ·

    I never did this result with xr50-200 at mid morning though =( or maybe because you set the ISO at 100

  7. robertofiuza
    robertofiuza ·

    What ISO do you use @hervinsyah ?

  8. hervinsyah
  9. hervinsyah
  10. robertofiuza
    robertofiuza ·

    3200? Are you sure @hervinsyah? With redscale when you underexpose (in my experience) the photos is too red. The "correct" exposure gives the orange color that gets more yellow if you overexpose slightly or sepia if you overexpose a lot. 3200 should be very underexposed

  11. hervinsyah
    hervinsyah ·

    yes it's ISO 3200 because before this film I use it with lomo xpro 200 at night. So I think high ISO is the best choice for nighttime shoot. Then at the next film (lomo redscale xr50-200) I didn't change the ISO set, it's still at ISO 3200

  12. robertofiuza
    robertofiuza ·

    200->3200 It's 4 stops underexposed @hervinsyah. You should try ISO 100 at night with the xpro (it will give you very long exposures) and you should try the redscale at ISO 100, 50 and 25 all of these will give nice results. You could even make the same picture at diferent ISO and then when you see the results you could pick the ISO that suits you best

  13. hervinsyah
    hervinsyah ·

    Yes, thanks for the tipster sir, will try soon if I get new film =)

  14. adash
    adash ·


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