15 Oct The Hanseatic City of Orange
On my way to the harbour of Stralsund I pass a lot of photo scenes that literally beg to be shot. With me today: my LC-Wide, whose wide-angle lens feels perfectly at home in the narrow streets of the historic city of Stralsund. I used a fresh roll of Redscale Film (Lomography Redscale XR 50 – 200), which I exposed at ISO 100 and 200.
I always have mixed feelings regarding the Redscale, ranging from Wow! to Everything’s just so … red.
How do you feel about Redscale film? Have you used it before, do you like going on photo trips with it? Do you prefer the low ISO setting, which mixes a bit of green in the red hues or does Redscale simply have to be red? Or are you even one of those analog lovers, who craft their own redscale films from plain color negative films? Let me know!
Film: Lomo Redscale (set to ISO 100-200)
Digitising: Scanning the negatives (with a CanoScan 9000F MarkII)