Posted on February 21, 2013
American Analog: Mixing redscale with normal double exposures
I’ve mentioned this before, but Redscale film is just normal film that is shot from the wrong side of the film, resulting in heavier red colors. So I wanted to see what would happen if I took a roll of 800 iso color negative film and used a splitter to only shoot on half of the frame, then flipped the film and re-shot the other half of the frame in redscale. This roll is the result. Thanks Dave at Photoworks for flipping my film for me in his lab.