jstancel 3:47pm, 19 December 2008
I was recently given several rolls of expired film. The Kodak Vericolor II Professional Type L 120 film expired in November of 1976. It had been refrigerated since then so that helped to keep the film usable. These shots were taken with a Holga. The pictures had a blue hue to them so I adjusted the color balance in Photoshop.

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This was a long exposure around 2 seconds. I desaturated the shot a little in Photoshop to remove the blue.

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SacrificedSon 10 years ago
I'm not sure, but as it says "safety film" the blue cast might even be intentional (for example for use under tungsten lighting). Interesting, anyway!
FedericoMP 10 years ago
Type L is tungsten and Type S is sunlight AFAIK.
jstancel Posted 10 years ago. Edited by jstancel (member) 10 years ago
Thanks Federico! That definitely explains the blue. Here is another shot from my second roll of the film. This shot was a long exposure taken using a Yashica Mat 124G.

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