Buried Alive


Film is not dead, and can not be killed! Try burying it alive, it will survive!

If you though that you could get rid of film you better think again! Try digging a hole and conveniently forgetting about the film for a month!

  1. Roll up your sleeves and dig a hole
  2. When you’re finished with your film roll, tie it up with a string (so that you won’t forget it)
  3. Bury it deep into the ground. Leave it for 4 weeks, allowing the film to ferment in soil.

What do you get? Out-of-this-world, violent, distorted holes and tears.

written by mandi on 2009-04-01 #gear #tutorials #film #analogue #labrats #tipster

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One Comment

  1. ukaaa
    ukaaa ·

    I don't mean to sound lame, but aren't those just wrinkles?

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