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Intercolor Platin (35 mm, 100 iso)

Luckily, I could save three rolls of this amazing film from being thrown away by my mum.

As the films expired in December 1990, my mum was certain that they wouldn’t be of much use to the world anymore. However, I was convinced of the contrary and the next time I went skiing with my friends, I put one cassette into my Holga 135 and started snapping.

After developing the film, I was a bit disappointed because the negatives had a very dark appearance and it was difficult to detect something. However, after scanning the first negative, I was in love. The photos have a yellowish tone, which sometimes varies to red or to grey, depending on the light situation, and their sharpness is just amazing. I am really looking forward to using the other two rolls!

Unfortunately, I couldn’t find any information about the film on the internet and I don’t think it’s produced anymore.

written by ululchen

5 comments

  1. nural

    nural

    wow, I loved the colors on this film!! you're lucky!!!

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  2. paramir

    paramir

    great golden tones, beautiful images!

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  3. dogma

    dogma

    Interesting film! looks like redscale but it's not redscale :)

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  4. eddie_2k9

    eddie_2k9

    Fantastic film! That's a shame such films are reeeeally probably no longer in production...btw nice gallery too, pics #13 and 14 are simply great!

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  5. lloyd_ay

    lloyd_ay

    Ohhhhh yeah.

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