After finishing a second colour roll of film in my Yashica FX-D camera (the other roll sitting on my shelf for a month or two), I decided to develop some film for the first time in a while… although I wasn’t sure if my chemicals were still viable, so instead of wasting two rolls of 35mm in non-viable soup (thats nerdy film developers slang for their developing chemicals kids) I made a ‘test’ shot to develop. Thankfully that developed OK so yesterday I went ahead and ended up with two strips of negatives hanging in the bathroom, drying & waiting to be scanned in.
The ‘test’ shot, a still life of my guitar, was taken on one 4×5 neg of Ektar using my Big Cheese Razzle.
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