Tools of My "Trade"
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I love expired film!
Ok, lets see what we have in this photo. Clockwise from the top center: my 1950's AGFA Clack camera, 4 rolls of Kodak Ektachrome EPD 120 (ISO 200) expired 10/1987, 1 roll of Fuji Velvia RVP 120 (ISO 50) expired 9/2003, 1 roll of Kodak Lumiere LPZ 120 100X of unknown expiration, 1 roll of AGFA Chrome 50 RS Professional expired 7/1988, another roll of Fuji Velvia RVP 120 (ISO 50) expired 9/2003, 1 roll of Kodak Ektachrome 50 Tungsten EPY 120 expired 3/1978, 6 rolls of Kodak Ektachrome 50 Tungsten EPY 120 expired 9/1990, a pro pack of Fuji Velvia RVP 120 (ISO 50) expired 9/2003, and one roll (behind the Clack) of AGFA RSX-II (ISO 200) expired 8/2003. The exposed slide film is the Kodak Ektachrome 50 Tungsten EPY 120 which expired 3/1978.
Nikon D40 with Nikon 18-55mm II lens @ 32mm f/4.4 ISO 200 and SB-400 flash. I do sometimes still use digital!
In the story Expired Film - The Tool of My "Trade".
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