5 Frames… in Nuremberg on Kodak Vericolor III (120 Format / EI 50 / Mamiya RB67 Pro-S) – by Christopher Gombocz

5 Frames… in Nuremberg on Kodak Vericolor III (120 Format / EI 50 / Mamiya RB67 Pro-S) – by Christopher Gombocz

When it comes to expired film you‘ll never know exactly, if your shots turn out or not. From harsh grain to weird color shifts, anything can happen. Some folks like all these flaws and shoot expired film because of it, but I generally don‘t and that‘s why I usually tend to avoid it.

One day I decided I‘ll give it try and ordered a pro-pack of Kodak Vericolor III (ISO 160), which expired in 1993.

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When it comes to expired film you‘ll never know exactly, if your shots turn out or not. From harsh grain to weird color shifts, anything can happen. Some folks like all these flaws and shoot expired film because of it, but I generally don‘t and that‘s why I usually tend to avoid it.
One day I decided I‘ll give it try and ordered a pro-pack of Kodak Vericolor III (ISO 160), which expired in 1993.
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