This is the first test roll of the expired Kodak VPL C-41 film that my good friend Arturo sent to me. He had this in his freezer since 1998 so it's still looks very viable. This was exposed for 100 ISO in the Belair and then cross processed in E-6 chemistry. He had instructed me to expose for 100 then xpro and also push two stops to achieve what he calls his "comic book skin effect" but I wanted to start slow with this. (He used to be a top notch artistic nude photographer)

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4 Comments

  1. mafiosa
    mafiosa ·

    true blue...

  2. lazybuddha
    lazybuddha ·

    Great album. This film looks really good, the colours are so vibrant considering it's both 14 years out of date and X-Pro'd CN.

  3. sweetyyydreams
    sweetyyydreams ·

    Great album!!

  4. purepaty
    purepaty ·

    uuuhh!! nicE ^.^