Film Destroyer test #1 - Lemon Juice

Film soaked in lemon juice and warm water for 2 hours then dried in the window for a month before shooting.


  1. charisaemily
    charisaemily ·

    so beautiful!!

  2. rachelann
    rachelann ·

    so do you get these films your are destorying developed at a lab? and not tell them its covered in all these chemicals? because i went into a shop today and they said they wouldn't do it because it would contaminate the chemicals.. do i just not tell them and get them to develop it ? btw nice pics !!

  3. crevans27
    crevans27 ·

    Hi @rachelann. Nope I develop my films at home using the tetenal C-41 kit. I've heard those lab people can get pretty mad if you dont tell them.... My film canister was in a bad way too, rusted up as i left it so long to shoot I don't know if you will get away with it!.

  4. rachelann
    rachelann ·

    Yeah I've never developed colour film at home I have no idea where to even start! Have u got any tips or anything to help me if I end up having to do it at home! Would really appreciate it as I'm experimenting for uni projects :) I don't wanna annoy the people at the labs but I dunno how else to get them developed ha !

  5. sobetion
    sobetion ·

    Wowwwwwww!! nice color <3

  6. eris
    eris ·

    Really really cool effect! Please let s know about the development question -- how can you get the films developed without contaminating the lab's development chemical batch? My dad used to develop films himself in the 1970s -- how hard is that?

  7. crevans27
    crevans27 ·

    @eris you're exactly right, I develop my own films. I use the c-41 tetenal kit. the kit itself is excellent value for money and as the kit is starting to expire I develop the film destroys. set up is kind of expensive But totally worth while! Works out so much cheaper

  8. diamantendaisy
    diamantendaisy ·

    i love the effect.

  9. macstef
    macstef ·

    yay, this one is awesome!!

  10. supermegahomers
    supermegahomers ·

    what a great effect! lovely photo