Monday, December 19, 2016

Images On Expired Film, Sorting The Images

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Olympus Pen EE-S, D.Zuiko 28mm f/3.5

Images On Expired Film, Sorting The Images

'Analog Diary - Sorting out the composition, color, and hues of images on expired film, as captured on the Olympus Pen EE-S'

Olympus Pen EE-S
It was a while back when I took the Olympus Pen EE-S and a roll of expired film down to where I hang-out for my sales. Had the roll developed, scanned, but kept aside and was completely forgotten because I missed uploading it to the image editor.

To cut the story short, I came across the folder only just recently, opened it up and uploaded the images to the desktop, sieved my way through a lot of mostly murky and muddy images and decided to edit a few for this posting.

Expired films do not become useless as soon as it passes past the expiry date. Some can last years, or even decades, past their expiry date as long as they’re carefully stored. Heat and radiation are the main culprits that will eventually turn the film into a fogged mess.


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