Pringles Can Saves LC-A+ Film


My roll of Fuji Sensia ISO 100 was torn off from the film canister while I tried rewinding my LC-A+. I thought either my roll of film was a goner or the rewinder was busted. My first roll of film overseas with my GF…and my LC-A+. =(

Luckily I didn’t open the camera at all. I waited ‘til I returned to my resort room before turning off all the lights and I opened my LC-A+ under the thick blanket. I took out the roll of film and placed it into a film container (which is unfortunately white and translucent). So I had to use the next best alternative in the room, which was a Pringles can! I emptied it and cleaned the inside before placing the film container. (All done under the blanket so that light wouldn’t get to the film!)

Obviously I was nervous when I sent my film for developing and scanning. Luckily, the store’s lady was nice enough to accept my film! So Singapore Lomolovers, please patronise Grace Digital Lab. (Great service!) And so my roll of film turned out very, very satisfying and not ruined by light leaks!

At Avillion Port Dickson Resort!

Nice view from the water chalets and fine white sand from their beaches! A relaxing and pleasant holiday resort.

Definitely gonna bring my GF back there next time for another holiday. :)

The Lomo LC-A+ is known worldwide for its amazing features: automatic exposure, extended ISO range, and multiple and long exposure capabilities. Get your own Lomo LC-A+ now!

written by pepperoniii on 2011-12-12 #places #malaysia #multiple-exposure #location #fuji-sensia #lca #lc-a #port-dickson #escape-from-the-city #avillion #pringles-can


  1. neanderthalis
    neanderthalis ·

    Quick thinking!

  2. pepperoniii
    pepperoniii ·

    thank you! :)

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