polly woodside

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Camera: wide lens SuperHeadz. Film: Redscale XR 50-200

I finally used my 3rd, and last, redscale film. I don't know if 3rd time's a charm, or it was a good choice to take this roll to a different (and slightly more pricey) photo lab, but I'm much happier with the photos from this set compared the ones before - which usually had more misses than hits.

These photos are of the Polly Woodside at South Wharf, Melbourne. Stunning old thing. Extra dramatic in red, huh?

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ChinkyGirLMeL said...

gorgeous photos!

Emily, Resplendent Tranquility said...

Dramatic was exactly the word I was thinking of before I read your text. These are extremely beautiful, Anna. I love the angle you took the first photo at and in the second, I am mesmerized* by the reflections and ripples in the water (in the lower right corner).

*I feel like I always tell you that your photos mesmerize me. It's true! They do!

Carmen @ Forgotten Fancies said...

I love it, I am tempted to get back to analogue photography after seeing your pictures. It's such a shame that they are so pricey to develop.

What is the film that you have used?

Rhianne said...

ohhh, I like them!! I find the softer the light the better the redscale looks...

I'm still not 100% sold on the normal redscale, I love the XR though.

katsicles said...

Must invest in some Redscale soon.
Fab takes xo