These are shots from the car show I attended with friends last weekend. I shot 4 rolls of nice proper color film with my Bronica and when I ran out, I grabbed my LC-A and tossed in a roll of Kodak Gold 200. Since I had already shot to my hearts content, I decided just to shoot randomly and grab some general shots, from the hip stuff and just have fun instead of trying to get nice shots of everything.

Tonight when I was developing some film, I thought I'd give the development process a little kick in the ass. So, before I processed the film normally in C-41 chemicals, I processed it for 5 minutes in Kodak D-76 1+1. After, I rinsed it well, then did the normal C-41 processing on it.

The result was a blown out shifted color extravaganza and even resulted in some trippy shots where the sun was super bright and there were intense highlights. It ended up making most of the shots look like old expired color film or cross processed washed out slide film. Kind of cool. I thought.


  1. micky_s
    micky_s ·

    very cool experiment! :)

  2. alienmeatsack
    alienmeatsack ·

    Indeed. Not sure why a few of them got so intense trippy like this one. I think it had something to do with how exposed they were. This shot was into the sun more so maybe that contributed. Was fun to try though!