Lomography 120 Redscale XR 50-200 Color Negative Film is unique in that it allows you to change the ISO setting for more creative images. This ability to move the exposure around creates some very 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 is done by loading the cassette backwards into the canister. This produces unusual color shifts. Depending on the film, colors produced can vary from orange to yellow or maroon.