Lomography XR Redscale - 120 Film

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Customer Reviews

Based on 7 reviews
Stu M. (Glasgow, GB)
Not for me

Does what is says, it makes everything red. I don't regret shooting it. but I don't think I will again. I've enjoyed shooting Lomography's other experimental film stocks but this one just isn't as fun for me.

wendy c. (Evesham, GB)
Express Your Inner Crimson and Gold

I know many people see some of the specialty films as gimmicky and I think when they are not used thoughtfully they can look weird. However, I really have fun with them and have enjoyed the results when I did use them in the right conditions. I really love Redscale films and the first roll I made with Lomography's version was great fun. I put it in a Holga camera and made some double exposures and "normal" photos. I loved the variety of tones within the different frames and the bright reds and yellows were perfect for my intentions. My only negative was a thin line through some of the frames but this could have been the camera or developing. I will know when I use it in a different camera. If you are bored or in a bit of a photo miasma I suggest you give it a try.

Frank (Southgate, GB)
Would recommend

I haven’t been shooting film for a very long time but the photos I took with this film turned out great. Really high quality and lovely colours. Would recommend to anyone looking to experiment with different colours in their photography. (I used a Lubitel 2 TLR for the shots I’ve attached if anyone’s curious.)

Cool but not necessary

The redscale is achieved by exposing the image to the back side of the film, so you can technically do that with any other film. But it is still cool

Miles (Poole, GB)
Redscale (ISO 200)

Great experimental film but If you're after red then shoot at ISO 200 as at ISO 50 the film renders the image more yellow-ish.

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