Making a redscale film - Step 3

Uploaded 10 Jul 2008
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UploadedJuly 10, 2008
TakenJune 30, 2008
MakePentax Corporation
ModelPENTAX K100D
Exposure1/80 sec at f/36
FlashFlash, Auto-Mode
Focal Length55 mm
ISO200
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When you've rolled all the film into your empty canister (IN COMPLETE DARKNESS), cut a new leader onto the film as shown.

In the story Caught Red Handed.

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