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Testing PX100 Silver Shade

Testing PX100 Silver Shade

I have no idea why the color turn out in deep brown

yokekei This photo was shot on film. Taken by yokekei with a Polaroid SX-70 One Step Land loaded with px 100 film in Selangor, Malaysia. These tags describe this photo: polaroid, sx70, one step land, rainbow, px100, silver shade, monochrome, instant, camera, and malaysia. Date: 2011. Time: Afternoon. This photo can also be found in the album Polaroid OneStep Land - PX100 Silver Shade.

3 comments

  1. horsoon

    horsoon

    Could it be the photo was exposed to the sun/light for too long when it was first ejected from the camera?

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  2. yokekei

    yokekei

    Hi @horsoon, this photo I took it in indoor so I am curios why the color was so dark

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  3. horsoon

    horsoon

    There are many factors, e.g. expired film pack, exposed to high temperature while in storage, or perhaps it was exposed to too much lights after it was ejected from the camera ( I understand the PX film/paper is very sensitive to lights and it must be shielded immediately after it's being ejected and placed face-down for several minutes to be developed). Perhaps setting the Polaroid's brightness/darkness setting to 'Bright' may help.

    Anyway, I think these pictures are nice it its own way too ;-) They are special, and even have this redscale feel!!

    Cheers!

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