35mm negative Red Scale Photography: This area of Kuming will be demolished very soon, but life still going on, like everyday: kids are happy, street markets are crowded and busy, young people play snooker …
Redscale is a technique from analogue photography in which the used film is exposed from the wrong side.
Depending on the exposure time and film, the photos will be slightly yellowish to reddish.
In this case, photos were shoot with an panoramic analog camera, which allows a 120 ° full vision.
The film is a 35mm negative RedScale.
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Photos by Dominique Musorrafiti
Pictures by Dominique Musorrafiti | 09/13/2010
topic: 35mm negative Red Scale Photography, analog photography in China
CHINA-UNDERGROUND. Ciao! My name is Dominique. I’m Italian and I’m proud to be a mix. My father was an Italian chemical engineer and high school teacher, with Greek and Polish heritage. My mother is Haitian, she was high school language teacher, with Dominican, Spanish, French, Portuguese, African and Native American heritage. Being a mix makes me appreciate to want to understand different cultures and lifestyles. I grew up in Italy, lived few years in Haiti, travel around main European capitals, lived seven years in China, six in Spain and UK. Traveling makes me feel that we can learn something from every situation in every part of the world.