5 Frames of Redscale with my Voigtlander Brilliant

Lomochrome Redscale and my 1932 Voigtlander


sonny rosenberg

4/30/20231 min read

Unfortunately this is just another example of life interfering with one's hobby. I've terribly neglected my recently acquired 1932 Voigtlander Brilliant, in that I've only shot 2 or 3 rolls with it. It's such a fun and beautiful little camera, it really doesn't deserve this kind of neglect.

I think I may have somewhat remedied this situation though, in that I just quit the Ceramics dept. at the college where I taught at (irreconcilable differences with a colleague who imagines they're my boss). I don't know how long I'll be officially amongst the ranks of the unemployed though, as I'm in talks to possibly take a job teaching animation at the same school (I used to be an animator).

As usual, I digress too much though. I had a roll of Lomochrome Redscale just sitting around waiting to be shot, so I thought I'd try it in the Voigtlander. These shots aren't too special at all, but it's all I got for today. They're from a recent walk in the northern area of my neighborhood and were developed by The Darkroom in San Clemente.