Rotten Family

This was just a random photo shoot that i did at home one weekend. I wasn't excited to develop this roll of film at all because I didn't expect exciting results.. So then I left the film for about 4 months in a container with rice, in the sun just to see what happens. Needless to say, this turned out to be one of my favorite films to date! I was absolutely ecstatic when I saw the results!

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3 Comments

  1. duffman
    duffman ·

    what have done with the film?? :0

  2. rjk_89
    rjk_89 ·

    @duffman I put the film canister it in a sealed container, covered in dry rice (before developing). added a few drops of water for moisture, left it in the sun for 4 months, then I dried the film and developed it.

  3. duffman
    duffman ·

    okay thats strange, i must try it too!