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Posts Tagged ‘redscale’

Seeing Red After Beer

Written by • Jul 22nd, 2012 • Category: Fun with film
The roll (of disaster) that was halfway scanned (a roll of Lomo redscale 120) from some weeks back became an eyesore on my desk … so I decided to scan the surviving shots and get over it as soon as possible. Yeah … this was the roll I shot (with my Diana F+) not long ago … during an ‘outing’ with Jimmy (from ThirtySix). Most of the shots from this roll turned out underexposed. 🙁 🙁 🙁 Note to self : Do not drink beer before taking photographs! Hehehe! I’m… >> read more


Diana + Redscale Randoms

Written by • Jun 26th, 2012 • Category: Fun with film
I’m getting closer to clearing all the partially exposed rolls of film left stuck in some cameras. This time … a roll of Lomography redscale film finally got fully exposed and it in are some random shots from Taiwan and Singapore. Well … only 2 were shot in Taiwan. 😛 I could only find time to scan 4 of them and will try stay awake tonight to finish scanning the others. Most of them seem to be a underexposed and looks very red! This one (above) was taken during a… >> read more


Perhaps The Last Post

Written by • Mar 2nd, 2012 • Category: Fun with film
Not sure if I’ll live to see tomorrow after posting some of these images that has the face of an iconic Lomographer here in Singapore. Hehehehe! Hahahaha! She’ll definitely turn up at my door in an hour or so with a chainsaw after seeing these … therefore this might just be my last blog post. Anyway … to prolong my life a little … here are some ‘safer’ photos I took yesterday after an appointment with the dentist. I actually shot a roll of IR black & white film but… >> read more


Fisheyed + Redscaled Planes

Written by • May 27th, 2011 • Category: Fun with film
Got a little too trigger happy yesterday at the Air Force open house preview and burned a roll of redscale film loaded in my Pentax MZ-30 coupled with the Lensbaby Scout + fisheye optic combo. It was a super darn hot day but somehow the roll still turned out underexposed. Bah! Well at least I know the next time I use redscale on the cam … I’ll probably compensate the exposure by +1 (or is it +2?). I was a little disappointed after scanning the first two shots but then… >> read more


Bring On The Blues!

Written by • Nov 28th, 2010 • Category: Fun with film
This is definitely not the first time I’m screwing up a roll of redscale film … just because I forgot to compensate the exposure while shooting. The entire roll looks pretty underexposed and scanning the first few frames got me all down. The photos were like all grainy … lots of weird blue ‘dots’ … and a couple of long blue streaks (scratched?) all over some of them. I thought I might as well send the film strips straight to the garbage bin but some crazy idea came knocking on… >> read more


Redscaling In Disney

Written by • May 20th, 2010 • Category: Fun with film
I somehow suspect the metering on my LC-A+ is a little crazy now … after the couple of rolls screwed up during my doubles exchange with Fabienne from France. That was because I underexposed my rolls and they ended up darker than they should be and almost all my exposures were not visible. I forgot about that matter when I loaded a roll of redscale film into my LC-A+ during my Tokyo trip recently. Gosh. I was a little worried when I remembered that I didn’t do any compensation (of… >> read more


LC-A+ In Japan (Roll 2)

Written by • May 13th, 2010 • Category: Fun with film
After scanning the roll of Sensia last week, I just couldn’t find enough time to get the images outta the 2nd roll. This second roll is another roll of randoms but this time … using Fujichrome MS 100/1000. It has become one of my favourite film for cross processing and I simply love the different colors it produces under different lighting. Some of these were taken indoors at the mall near the hotel in Disney … and look how steady my hand was! Hahaha! Yeah … I didn’t touch beer… >> read more


Tokyo 2010 : Analogues 1

Written by • May 1st, 2010 • Category: Fun with film
While I was busy with Fitzand … I somehow was able to squeeze out a few rolls out from my LC-A+. This one is a roll of Sensia III (ISO100) that I bought when I was out shopping with Mijonju. Well I can’t remember if I’ve used Sensia before … so I bought 2 rolls of these to try them out. Got them cross processed and the colors looks pretty neat! Indoor shots seem to have a warmer red color while the outdoor ones look like the usual Sensia colors… >> read more


Redscale, Mini, Screwed!

Written by • Sep 1st, 2009 • Category: Fun with film
While the Diana Mini is supposed to be a half frame camera (with square photo capability) that allows you to shoot double the amount of frames per roll …. mine acted the opposite. I shot my roll using the square format and was supposed to get 36 exposures from the roll of redscale film … I ended up getting about half the amount only! Argh! Damn! First was the problem of forgetting to fire the camera before loading the film. This caused the camera to tear some of the sprockets… >> read more


Sprockets? Redscale?

Written by • Apr 13th, 2009 • Category: Fun with film
After burning some packs of Instax mini film on the Diana F+ Instant Back (check it out here), I thought of putting it to rest for a while before my itchy fingers spend all of Fitzand’s milk powder money. I was wrong. Curiosity killed the fat cat. I loaded a pack of film yesterday to experiment with some stuffs on it. Crazy … I know. I wanted sprocket holes on my Instax back. I wanted redscale on my Instax back. Crazy? Oh well … at least I tried. So I… >> read more