Week 7: Even more redscale

In week 7 I took my Holga 120GN with me on my walk into the city center. Since it was still #BIFscale17, I had a roll of Lomography redscale XR50-200 in my camera. Near my house is some sort of wood construction, and since I like silhouettes on redscale I took some pics of the…

Week 5: More redscale

Since it was still #BIFscale17, I loaded another roll of redscale film in my Holga 120GN, this time Lomography Redscale XR50-200. My husband and I went to a farmer’s market nearby, and I took my Holga with me. Again, the results are meh, but I will post some of them.

Week 5: Redscale, trees and selfie experiments

(LC-A+ and Fuji Neopan 400) In week 5 I went for a walk with my Holga 120GN, loaded with Lomography Redscale 100 film, and my LC-A+, loaded with Fuji Neopan 400. It was the start of #BIFscale17 (or February Redscale month), and I wanted to join in. Unfortunately most of my redscale shots this week…

Week 19: Red or Dead

This week as part of my experimenting with film and the Holga I shot my first ever roll of Redscale.  Now with my limited knowledge and a quick google check, this is where the film is reversed so you shoot through the back of the film and thus the red layer is exposed first.  I…

Roll 15 – redscale in the XA

You know the story on the Olympus XA. Myself and many others have extolled it’s virtues here and elsewhere. I love mine, but I seriously need to replace the door seals. I have the kit, I just haven’t done it yet. I lost a few frames on this roll to light leaks. Oh well. Anyway,…

Roll 11 – Rangefinders, Redscale, and Light Leaks.

I’m seriously behind on this project, I doubt I’ll reach 52 rolls like last year, but I’m determined to shoot and post what I can. I loaded this camera several weeks ago, a 1963 Wards (Konica) XP-500 rangefinder, with a roll of RedScaled (reversed) Superia 400 film. As usual, I set the ASA to 25.…