Hi Tomasz :) So I notice you have been shooting with expired film and I wondered about the quality of the images and if you've noticed any degradation. I'm asking because I too have many rolls of film that have been living in my fridge for the past 10+ years. I keep meaning to pull out my Canon AE-1 and use them up. Thanks!
Depends on the processing C41 or E6. E6 when expired is great to cross process because of the wild colours and C41, if consumer film, will give you shifts in colour, quality and lots of grain while pro film will hold it’s colours and quality must better.
It’s more a surprise. Which is the best part!
Contax G2 | 21/2.8 | Portra 160 | ABC Photo
Photo from the Vaisakhi parade and celebration in Vancouver.
Pentax 67II | 105/2.4 | Tmax (+2) | ABC Photo
Homeless in East Vancouver
Contax G2 28/2.8 | Portra 160 | Dev/Scan ABC Photo
Yashica 124G | Cross-processed expired Kodak Ektachrome EPP | Scanned at Home
Prep the soil.
Yashica 124G | Cross processed expired Kodak Ektachrome EPP
Yashica 124G, Cross-processed expired Kodak Ektachrome EPP
Baloo Von Bummington
Yashica 124G (+2 diopter) | Expired Kodak Ektachrome EPP
Le Marche St.George, East Vancouver
What does Brian Van Wyk and a fire truck have in common?
Pentax 67II 105/2.4 Tmax 100 +2
The crew at 647.
Pentax 67II + Tmax100 (+2)