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Sprayed-over sign

Sprayed-over sign

I got my hands on a small stash of long-since expired Vericolor SO-279, a rather bizarre C41 slide film used to make color transparencies from negatives. It is rated somewhere around ISO 6-12, I shot it at 25 on a bright sunny day with the slowest speed I could risk handheld (1/60). The result was a super deep blue. Most of these shots are from Kvarnholmen, a disused oil facility close to central Stockholm that is now being dismantled and turned into luxurious condos.

petterf This photo was shot on film. Taken by petterf with a Canon AE-1 loaded with Kodak Vericolor SO-279 (exp 1996) film in Stockholm, Sweden. These tags describe this photo: industrial, abandoned, sign, 30, blue, vericolor, and slide. This photo can also be found in the album Kvarnholmen Blues.

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