How to transform a normal roll into a special effects one.
I placed a photolab c-41 200 asa roll into my waterproof camera, I took some ridiculous underwater photos, without paying so much attention. When I was done I realized the type of camera I had bought and the amount of water that could have gone inside the camera and then inside the canister, it became another experiment to add to my history.
When I brought it to the shop, it was given back to me and I was advised the roll was wet and it could spoil other customers’ rollls, so I could not help accepting their decision.
The following step consisted in drying the roll so that it could be developed without problems.
The results reminded me of the last exhibition I went in the “Fundació Miró” about Pipilotti Rist.
I hope you like it!
If you want to try it you know, just wet a roll with salt water and dry it afterwards! don’t hesitate to test it!
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