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A friend gave me this film, which is nearly nonexistent on google, so I am guessing it was very expired. The first two-thirds of the roll turned out crappy, which is strange because I was very careful with the light settings on this roll. Is it possible for expired film to be only partially damaged?

carmenism This photo was shot on film. Taken by carmenism with a Pentax ME Super loaded with Kodak Ektachrome Elite II 100 film in Dover, New Hampshire, United States. These tags describe this photo: expired, underexposed, crappy, :(, xpro, cross processed, and crossprocessed. This photo can also be found in the album 31.


  1. adash


    That's sort of unrecognizable....was it <very> out of date?

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  2. carmenism


    Yeah, I think it was pretty out of date. I shouldn't have uploaded this, but I was lazy and selected everything in the folder. It's shoes on a telephone wire, which you can see if you look closely!

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