Merging A Roll of Film with Noodle Soup


Here's another analogue soup to concoct from photographer Polina Washington: noodle soup.

The preparations are very simple -- just add all the ingredients in the packet mixed with the noodles (vegetable, spices, etc), then soak the film as long as you can -- preferably several hours or a full day for special effects that stand out.

Here are some samples from @polinawashington herself:

Preview image was taken from the video. Read our previous interview with Polina's film experiments here.

written by lomographymagazine on 2017-06-15 #tutorials #videos #analogue-photography #noodle-soup #polina-washington

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