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Yashica 635 + Lomography Redscale Film + rated at 25ASA
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The amber hues in this are stunning! Great choice to shoot at ASA 25. I’ve never shot the Lomography redscale. Does that mean you overexposed by 3 stops?
[http://www.flickr.com/photos/gmach] yes this is massively overexposed beyond the ‘base’ ASA of the film. Lomography do two redscale film (normal=ASA 100 or 200, XR=ASA 400), and I can’t remember which one this was taken with. So it’s certainly 3 or 4 stops over, which is where you get all the nice subtle toning.
Here’s a test roll on 400ASA film rating at 100, 50 and 25.
Love the tone of the film….
dude, you made me wanna a red-scale lomography film to put it into my Minolta XG-1 SLR from 1978, your redscale shots are awesome, thank you for the inspiration