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X-Ray Black & White Film Soup- Failed!

X-Ray Black & White Film Soup- Failed!

This roll of film soup didn't exactly turn out as I had planned but it was an experiment and I wanted to try new things. The film was actually shot on both an LCA and Sprocket Rocket. However it has turned out rather random! That's Lomography!!! I created the soup by adding 5 large table spoons of cooking salt to tepid water. I soaked the rolls for 2 hours only. I left to dry over night then in the morning I dried further with a dark bag and hairdryer. Whilst the film was unwound I clenched it in my fist until I heard a cracking noise. I rewound the film and shot within the hour. I first shot X-Ray images off my computer screen using and LCA in a pitch black room. I held the shutter open for about 2 seconds. I then loaded the film into my Sprocket Rocket and shot my local village of Hampstead.

grindhousegirl This photo was shot on film. Taken by grindhousegirl with a Lomo LC-A+ RL (available in our Online Shop) loaded with Ilford HP5 Plus 400 film in London, United Kingdom. These tags describe this photo: rumble, rat, lab, experiment, signs, rocket, sprocket, lca, cemetary, highgate, hampstead, marx, karl, skeleton, x-ray, burn, destroy, white, black, water, saline, salt, soup, and film. Date: 2012-11-29. Time: Noon. This photo can also be found in the album X-Ray Black & White Film Soup.

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