Film soup experiment -Xpro-

After shooting a film, take it into a dark room and open the film. Then sprinkle hot water filled with baking soda all around on the film, with flicking my fingers. Rewind it and put into a pan and pour water, and boiled it for about 5 minutes. Rinse and dry, and cross-deveop it. Done! This psychedelic result is not what I expected. I will cook some more anyway =)


  1. m22509075
    m22509075 ·

    OMG! This is fantastic!

  2. colagold
    colagold ·

    Great album. Fantastic shot.

  3. maria_vlachou
    maria_vlachou ·

    amazing album!!!

  4. grazie
    grazie ·

    Awesome! You always amaze me! And with your patience too to go through the process. Best!

  5. why-yu
    why-yu ·

    dollhouses! nice

  6. tamsoam
    tamsoam ·

    Amazing, looks like a graffity man !!!!

  7. tamsoam
    tamsoam ·

    Amazing, looks like a graffity man !!!!

  8. tamsoam
    tamsoam ·

    Amazing, looks like a graffity man !!!!

  9. lomonina
    lomonina ·


  10. buckshot
    buckshot ·

    Amazing, astounding and all-round astonishing album, as always...!

  11. albeelee
    albeelee ·


  12. irhamesar
    irhamesar ·

    woww this is fantastic !

  13. meryl
    meryl ·

    stunning album!

  14. helena-lo-fi
    helena-lo-fi ·

    Amazing! Great idea!

  15. sweetyyydreams
    sweetyyydreams ·

    Great experiment!

  16. superlighter
    superlighter ·

    intriguing! brilliant! colorful! this is Lomo!

  17. badjuju
    badjuju ·

    Love the album!

  18. kwandog
    kwandog ·

    This album is really cool!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

  19. ghostcopy
    ghostcopy ·

    soup experiment ftw!

  20. nacarilegea
    nacarilegea ·

    wow, absolutely perfect!

  21. aoizumi
    aoizumi ·

    so pretty! the background's like messed up psychedelic watercolors :D

  22. kiri-girl
    kiri-girl ·

    Epic album!!!

  23. stonerfairy
    stonerfairy ·


  24. lluiso12
    lluiso12 ·


  25. avpetruk
    avpetruk ·

    Dear Hodachrome, kind to you time of day! Tell please, whether you use polarizing filters when shooting or any other filters for strengthening of contrast of the picture? Thanks for the answer in advance!

  26. hodachrome
    hodachrome ·

    I didn't use any filter for shooting this photo. I think color balance or contrast were changed by film-soup processing. Not strengthen after scanning at all. I don't still understand how the result would change by differences of the "recipe" of the soup. In some cases colors or contrast don't change but others changes vividly or psychedelically. I will test more and write an article about the soup!

  27. vincent6251
    vincent6251 ·


  28. wontonowisdom
    wontonowisdom ·

    Incredibly gorgeous!

  29. hervinsyah
    hervinsyah ·


  30. sarabubamara
    sarabubamara ·

    very cool effect!! amazing!

  31. ichdaschaos
    ichdaschaos ·