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Harbour shots

Harbour shots

Expired elitechrome (2000). It was kept on the shelf not in the fridge:what a difference. I have film that has been expired in 2001 but that was kept in the fridge. Those ones look like new, this one is real lo-fi.

gauthierdumonde Taken by gauthierdumonde with a Nikon F5 loaded with Kodak Elitechrome 400 film in Gent, Belgium. These tags describe this photo: construction, ghent, harbour, 500mm, telephoto, tele, process, cross, x-pro, and expired. Date: 2013-02-11. Time: Morning. This photo can also be found in the album Lo-Fi Harbour shots.

2 comments

  1. uncle_jay

    uncle_jay

    I suspect these will be similar results if I shoot a roll of Kodak Elite II ISO 200 slide film expired in 1999. Was thinking of shooting it at ISO 50.

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  2. gauthierdumonde

    gauthierdumonde

    @uncly_jay I always underexpose slide film for cross processing. But when film is heavily expired it is best to shoot it at box speed, or even slower. But I was using a 500mm f/8 lens. So I had to keep my shutterspeed above 1/500s to avoid camera shake :)

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