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In The Reds - More Redscale Photos

I recently found myself exposing three different redscale films almost in parallell. You can read a thorough account in my post at 35mmc. Below are more photos from the same rolls.

It begins with Lomography Redscale 50-200 exposed with an Olympus Pen D2.


It's peas!



I continued the roll of Lomography film in my Canon EF with my dad's old 50 mm f/1,8 FL lens.















Kodak ColorPlus 200 ASA Olympus Pen F with a Lomo T-43 lens adapted from a Smena viewfinder camera.









Den lille havfrue!













Cinestill 800T exposed with the Halina 35X.








This one I actually think I managed to overexpose, both in the light greens ant the whites. It seems that redscale film can take a beating.

An addition:

Here are some more redscale photos, from a roll of Lomography Redscale 50-200, cementing my thesis that the less light, the more red. They were not at all overexposed.

These 6x9 cm negatives were exposed through a Lumière box camera using its only aperture at f/8 or f/11 (is my guess) and 1/100th of a second exposure time (my guess as well).





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