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The Crumpled One

I've been thinking of another way to prepare film before exposing it, and this is what I came up with.

I wanted to have some “vintage” photos so I pulled out the black and white film in a dark room and crumpled it for a while. Afterwards, I spun back the film and loaded the camera. The results are very different from what I expected, but they’re not bad!!!

written by t82


  1. freyfrey


    I like the crumples in the sky. what were you expecting/hoping for?

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  2. lisabegusch


    Good idea!

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  3. t82


    thanks alot. i was expecting a bunch of tiny scratches -bit old fashion thing- but now i like those big scars !!

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  4. fredericomalaca


    next time, try to scratch it with something sharp!
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  5. vidalgo91


    Nice! I love those huge wrinkles! i've scratched it with steel wool before, and it gave me a lot of tiny little gashes.
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