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    Expired Kodak Elite Chrome, shot in 2006 with a Lomo LC-A, and then I aged the film in my office for 5 years before having it developed.

    Gavin Nickerson, -- greg --, and 3 other people added this photo to their favorites.

    1. MisterEleven [deleted] 34 months ago | reply

      So that's what it looks like in daylight!

    2. sevres-babylone 34 months ago | reply

      How did you decide on 5 years?:)

    3. -- brian cameron -- 34 months ago | reply

      If it's good for wine, then I thought it might apply to film.

    4. Georgie_grrl 34 months ago | reply

      Nice tones and nice timing with the ageing process!

    5. -- brian cameron -- 34 months ago | reply

      Next time, I'll go for 10 years.

    6. tianxiaozhang 34 months ago | reply

      Nice tint

      Happy Canada Day!

    7. -- brian cameron -- 34 months ago | reply

      Thanks. Happy Canada Day to you too.

    8. disposable photography 34 months ago | reply

      that elitechrome xpro's working for me

    9. -- greg -- 34 months ago | reply

      Or you could try developing it with 12 year old scotch.

    10. -- brian cameron -- 34 months ago | reply

      For me to, though some of the roll was a washout.
      That might prove to be a waste of scotch.

    11. defkreationz 34 months ago | reply

      Never been in, but my friend keeps trying to get me to go there. But play de record is a place I can't resist not going to! Its hard enough to buy one record.. But I leave with more usually.

    12. -- brian cameron -- 34 months ago | reply

      You should probably go at least once in your life.

    13. @HotpixUK -Add Me On Ipernity 500px 34 months ago | reply

      Thats aged very well mate!
      Have a great weekend my friend. 8-)

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