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Angel of the North

Angel of the North

Film soaked in washing-up liquid and lemon juice before development.

megalithicmatt This photo was shot on film. Taken by megalithicmatt with a Vivitar Ultra Wide & Slim loaded with Kodak Gold 200 (35mm) film in Newcastle-upon-Tyne, United Kingdom. These tags describe this photo: newcastle, soaked, lemon juice, washing-up liquid, and angel of the north.

7 comments

  1. stouf

    stouf

    Ho yeah !

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  2. lxinping

    lxinping

    coooool B)

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  3. rjk_89

    rjk_89

    wooooow! So dreamy! The colors are so beautiful!

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  4. pinkpix

    pinkpix

    super cool!

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  5. jazz_cafe

    jazz_cafe

    Do you heat the mixture or anything? I tried a few but didn't get any colours as good as this.

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  6. megalithicmatt

    megalithicmatt

    @jazz_cafe: I usually only boil films after development (the lab would be likely to notice something's amiss otherwise...).
    This film was first shot normally - taking mostly sky/cloud pics - then rewound and soaked for two days in lemon juice & Fairy liquid before going into the Vivitar UW&S for the Angel photos.

    So: longish soak and double exposures. The film might have been boiled too at some point, can't really remember, but I don't think so.

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  7. jazz_cafe

    jazz_cafe

    Ah thanks for that! I didn't really leave mine to soak for very long so that must have been the problem.

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