Soviet classics: New life from an old box.
Many people love expired film not only because of its low price, but also because of the unpredictable colour and effects it yields on our shots, and they often get disappointed when they do not have exciting results from its use. It’s not the case with this film.
Slide film Tasma TsO-25 enjoyed certain popularity among amateur photographers in Soviet Union. It was made in the city of Kazan (Tatarstan, Russia), but the production was cut in the mid-nineties. The film has been expired for 20 years, so I got it on a very low price. It is possible to process this film in only one photo laboratory in Russia because it doesn’t suit any other existing process.
As you can see, there is no lack of colour distortions in these pictures and the film in question can be justly dubbed expired.