Framing your medium format shots with a DIY medium format frame is so meta! Just kidding. Here’s a quick DIY frame for you guys to try out!
Plain picture frame
2-3 film spools
Glue gun/ glue sticks
Cover the entire frame with the film using the glue gun. Carefully create folds using both sides of the film.
Decide where you want to place the film spools. Glue film around the spool and then glue it to frame. Use a little extra film so you can create some folds from the film glued to the spool for added effect.
Information for this article was sourced from KEH Blog
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