"Beernol": How to Develop Your Film with Beer


For photographer Vincent Moschetti, Saint Patrick's Day is all about one thing -- beer. All stores are closed down for this very special day, and if you're down in luck, the most likely thing you'll find in shops are alcohol.

Don't worry, you can use your cans of 50cl Guinness to develop your films in black and white.

For this you'll need:

  • 2 cans of the Guinness beer
  • 50g of washing soda (baking soda won't work)
  • 12g of vitamin C.

Voila, the recipe for "beernol".

Watch the tutorial here.

Preview image was taken from the video.

written by lomographymagazine on 2017-03-20 #tutorials #videos #tipster #film-developing #beernol

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