Lomography 120 Redscale XR 100 ISO Color Negative Film can be used in brighter light to create some extremely different images.
Redscale film involves shooting the film from the reverse side of the emulsion. Generally, the blue emulsion is exposed first but with redscale film, it is the red layer that gets first crack at the light. This produces unusual color shifts. Depending on the film, colors produced can vary from orange to yellow or maroon.
- Designed to re-cast your image in a sea of powerful and seriously intense red
- Intentionally loaded "backwards" inside its film canister
- Can be developed at any photo lab, including your local supermarket or drug store