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Film Destroyer test #1 - Lemon Juice

Film Destroyer test #1 - Lemon Juice

Film soaked in lemon juice and warm water for 2 hours then dried in the window for a month before shooting.

crevans27 This photo was shot on film. Taken by crevans27 with an Olympus Trip 35 loaded with Lomography Color Negative 100 (35mm) film (available in our Online Shop) in Worthing. These tags describe this photo: olympus, trip, film, destroyer, ruined, lemon, juice, warped, rainbow, and colours. This photo can also be found in the album Film Destroy Test #1 - Lemon Juice.

10 comments

  1. charisaemily

    charisaemily

    so beautiful!!

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  2. rachelann

    rachelann

    so do you get these films your are destorying developed at a lab? and not tell them its covered in all these chemicals? because i went into a shop today and they said they wouldn't do it because it would contaminate the chemicals.. do i just not tell them and get them to develop it ? btw nice pics !!
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  3. crevans27

    crevans27

    Hi @rachelann. Nope I develop my films at home using the tetenal C-41 kit. I've heard those lab people can get pretty mad if you dont tell them.... My film canister was in a bad way too, rusted up as i left it so long to shoot I don't know if you will get away with it!.

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  4. rachelann

    rachelann

    Yeah I've never developed colour film at home I have no idea where to even start! Have u got any tips or anything to help me if I end up having to do it at home! Would really appreciate it as I'm experimenting for uni projects :) I don't wanna annoy the people at the labs but I dunno how else to get them developed ha !
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  5. sobetion

    sobetion

    Wowwwwwww!! nice color <3

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  6. eris

    eris

    Really really cool effect! Please let s know about the development question -- how can you get the films developed without contaminating the lab's development chemical batch? My dad used to develop films himself in the 1970s -- how hard is that?

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  7. crevans27

    crevans27

    @eris you're exactly right, I develop my own films. I use the c-41 tetenal kit. the kit itself is excellent value for money and as the kit is starting to expire I develop the film destroys. set up is kind of expensive But totally worth while! Works out so much cheaper

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  8. diamantendaisy

    diamantendaisy

    i love the effect.

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  9. macstef

    macstef

    yay, this one is awesome!!

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  10. supermegahomers

    supermegahomers

    what a great effect! lovely photo

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