Face the inside of the film (the part you expose) out wards
Turn around facing the light (about 1 foot – 2 feet away) with film stretched out in front of you
Count to 3
Turn light off
Roll film back up (I used a knife in the spool)
load in camera and shoot away
I accidentally shot this at 50 asa..So they are a little washed out. I think it would look better a little darker..You get the Idea here. I also use a orange or yellow gel over the lens for fun sometimes.
Everything gets a purple overtone but kinda weird.
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