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REDSCALE FILM WITH THE CANON F-1N

One of the many things I enjoy about film photography is the abundance of options available. Everything from the film format to the camera and lens used. Then you have all the film stocks available. I wanted to try something new. I decided to shoot some Redscale 35mm film. Briefly, Redscale film is when you expose your film on the backing layer side through to the emulsion side of the film creating a red-orangish-looking photograph.

The Fuji GW690II Professional Camera

FUJI GW690II AND KODAK EKTAR 100

During the COVID travel restrictions, I have had a bit more time on my hands to work on some personal projects. I decided to go back to my photography roots and shoot photos with film. I have used 35mm film cameras in the past but wanted a bit of adventure so I picked up a used medium format Fuji GW690II from eBay and got to work.

Wall Of Graffiti - Shoreditch, London

COLORFUL SHOREDITCH, LONDON

One of the many things I enjoy about film photography is the abundance of options available. Everything from the film format to the camera and lens used. Then you have all the film stocks available. I wanted to try something new. I decided to shoot some Redscale 35mm film. Briefly, Redscale film is when you expose your film on the backing layer side through to the emulsion side of the film creating a red-orangish-looking photograph.

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