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Anonymous 2013-01-02 13:50:40 No.1826566

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Film like Rollei or Adox. Rollei has nightbird and Adox has implosion. Has any shot any of these films? What or if anything special about, thinking about buying somerolls from FreestyledotCom

Anonymous 2013-01-02 13:57:08 No.1826572
I'd steer clear of any film labeled "Creative Edition", it probably sells for 10 times what it's actually worth

Captain Fucking Awesomeface. 2013-01-02 14:19:02 No.1826596
I personally wouldn't buy either of these. I knew of the Rollei Nightbird already, and had to check google for the Adox Color Implosion.

The Nightbird is just regular old redscale film. You can do it yourself. Many film shooters have done this before. It's a very trendy thing to do. I outgrew it after a roll.

The Color Implosion looks like it sucks, but the neo-hipsters would probably eat it up. It has gigantic, unappealing (to me) grain and I guess emphasizes the reds.

If you wanna spend your money on these, by all means, go for it. But the Adox looks like shit and the Rollei you can do by yourself for cheaper with any cheap c-41 film.

telera 2013-01-02 17:16:31 No.1826717

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What I gather from the wikipedia article on redscale film, is that you expose the wrong side of the fim, so the blue layer is left unexposed, while the red layer is overexposed.

Doing a google for pics, I see that the colors vary, yellow, orange, red, depending on the film.

Is this what it is supposed to look like?

I played witht eh curves. Got rid of the blues, darkened the greens, and bumped the reds.

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Anonymous 2013-01-02 17:24:48 No.1826725
The good thing about the Nightbird film is the sensitivity, but you have to like the red look to it (I don't). You get different colors and effects depending on the shutterspeed you are using.
The Adox color implosion film is just a hipster film which has a vintage/expired look to it. To be fair, the effects are really nice looking, nothing over the top. Nothing for me (I prefer Portra), but I think they are worth trying, if you like that kind of look. Check them out with the Flickr search bar, the color implosion film looks alot better than some of here might expect.

Anonymous 2013-01-02 17:34:47 No.1826735

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I'm pretty sure those films will only fit in pic related

Anonymous 2013-01-02 18:07:53 No.1826752
Except if it's not film you cannot feel special about it

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