expired film group Photos - nc018.jpg

Uploaded By: TheGreatGasMaskMan
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New (used) camera test: Kodak 200 print film, expired 12-07, metered at 100.

Came from a lot of three, and I knew this would work beforehand.
Comments
  1. Cholentpot

    Some blue blue shadows.

    Did you develop yourself?

    Cholentpot
    Feb 21, 2018
  2. TheGreatGasMaskMan

    Well, I don't know how to do c41 or e6- just black and white, and/or I gave this a quick photoshop touch up to make it presentable

    TheGreatGasMaskMan
    Feb 21, 2018
  3. Cholentpot

    Ooooh you're missing out.

    Shooting expired and doing home C-41 go hand in hand. C-41 in some ways is easier than B&W. All film has the same time, the only challenge is temp control which to be honest is not that hard. I get about 24-28 rolls out of each kit. Being that I shoot mainly expired I don't really worry about color shifts all that much.

    Cholentpot
    Feb 21, 2018
  4. TheGreatGasMaskMan

    Truth be told I'd like to know how. I just don't know when or where.

    TheGreatGasMaskMan
    Feb 21, 2018
  5. Cholentpot

    If you live in the states you can get a kit from Film Photography Project for under $30. Get an foam cooler and some 1 liter pop bottles. Everything else you already have. Follow instructions and you're good to go. I hoard my film until I have enough rolls to use up a kit and then develop everything over about a week.

    Cholentpot
    Feb 21, 2018
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