Fiery Redscale Photo Effect From Hell Photoshop Tutorial

Category: Photo Effects and Retouching

Final Image

Embraced by the lo-fi photography movement and toy camera fanatics, redscale film consists in exposing photographic film from the wrong side. In other words, the emulsion is exposed through the base of the film which acts as a red-orange filter. The resulting colors range from bright red shadows, orange midtones and yellow highlights. The saturation and contrast of these red tones depends on the exposure. In this tutorial I’m going to show you how to recreate this effect in just a few easy steps saving you the trouble of having to load a 35mm cartridge inside out!

For this tutorial I chose an image with a bright sky and interesting contrast. If you’re looking for a more subtle redscale effect, more like a warm filter, I suggest an image with some green trees. Green compliments the redscale quite well.

Read Tutorial at Creative closeup…

The Futuristic Design Bundle: Over 4600+ Fonts and Design Elements

The Futuristic Design Bundle: Over 4600+ Fonts and Design Elements

This attention-grabbing bundle contains over 4600 attractive designs with an extended license. One glance at the bundle is all you need to fall in love with it.

This bundle is packed with textures, patterns, illustrations, templates, objects, fonts, add-ons and more, so grab this opportunity to get over 4600 design goodies at one place.


Read More Here >>

Related articles

Learn Photoshop From Experts
Subscribe to Photoshop Roadmap and receive a FREE photo effects plugin as a welcome gift.
Subscribe Now!
Subscribe to the Photoshop Roadmap Newsletter
Subscribe
Join Our Newsletter