Film (I used Kodak Gold 200, but it really doesn’t matter.)
1. Cut or tear out a small piece of saran wrap big enough to cover the inner window of your camera.
2. Crumple it, squish it, stretch it, do whatever you want to get the desired effect.
3. Tape it into your camera. The more you stretch it, the more lines appear in your photos.
4. Load your film as usual and shoot!
5. Develop your photos and see what you got:
(Next time, I’ll probably stretch it more to get more lines)
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