Expired Film Day pt. 1

 

It was expired film day on Sunday.

I chose to celebrate it by shooting instant film.

In this instance it is Fuji FP100c shot in a homemade pinhole with Polaroid back.

The colours shift a bit with the long exposures – these varied between 15 and 30 seconds, though most were 30 seconds.

You can read about the camera in sickening detail at this link.

More shots to follow from a Spectra 2 when I get a chance to scan them.

Sorry I did not dust these images – too busy right now.

 

 

To see larger image, click on any one in the gallery below and navigate with arrow or swiping.


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Homemade Polaroid Pinhole (f327), Fuji FP100C instant film from two packs, both expired 04/15

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3 thoughts on “Expired Film Day pt. 1

    • Hi there J.M. Golding, I like the colours too πŸ™‚
      As to speed, all it took was scanning – one of the advantages of instant film. And print scanning is so much faster and simpler than negatives – it made me long for a new negative scanning regime.

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