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the strange thing…

I have mentioned several times that I like to use old and expired films. Last week, I put another expired inverse film from 1989. Its original (original!) packaging, made of aluminum foil, was intact. To my surprise, after his shooting, I found out that someone had photographed him a long time ago. Apparently one of the former employees of the producer of this film stole (in our country everything was stolen at that time) took part of the film, but apparently the theft was discovered and he had to return the stolen films. In production, they sealed it again in aluminum foil, and since then this film has been waited for me. The pictures show that someone shoted some history books. The images were probably meant for a lecture where the images would be projected on a projector. I hope, that it was the last film with the same story…. .I love multiexposition … but I need to know about her 😁📷

Full analog process, Nikon F50, 14,50,135mm, inverse Fomapan R21 expired 1989

And the following shots are from the part of the film that someone probably didn’t have time to use. Today foggy morning.

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expired films 1984 …

While processing the expired films, I noticed that their quality is not constant throughout its length. Especially for Fomapan R inverse films.It is definitely not good to take pictures of some details on the first and last shots…

Full analog process, Flexaret VI with expired(1984) Fomapan R21.

diagnosis: Photographer …

Those who suffer from this diagnosis certainly understand me. From time to time I buy old, sometimes very old negative films in the bazaar. The reason is simple. With such material, you never have a chance to enter the same river twice. You even have a no chance to know what river you’re entering. You will find out everything only after the process of developing the negative is completed. The following pictures were taken on a negative from 1989. It still responds quite well to light, even though I already knew that I had to take pictures with an overexposure of at least 3 EV. I have the oldest such negatives from 1974. But I will wait with them until a really sunny day and a good idea.

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