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The processing accident

The processing accident

I had a little problem in this BW processing. I rolled 2 120 films on one spool and I didn't notice that the second film overlapped a great part of the first film on the spool. So, a great part of the first film wasn't almost processed and the second overlapping one was kind of glued on the other film but the pictures were all processed.... I was disappointed when I saw it but very quickly I was intrigued by the color of the second negative.... there were some great greeny traces from the other film that printed on this negative even if it was only BW films. So I quickly scanned the rolls and the colored one had some great pictures melting color with BW even if I don't know how these colors could appear? Chemical reaction from the contact with the other film? Anyways, I love the results!!

vicuna This photo was shot on film. Taken by vicuna with a Lubitel 166+ (available in our Online Shop) loaded with Lomography Earl Grey 100 film in Melbourne, Australia. These tags describe this photo: bw, black and white, home processing, square, window, table, lamp, crystal, drums, instruments, and candle. Date: 2012-07-17. Time: Morning. This photo can also be found in the album The processing accident [Lubitel].

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