Accidental double exposure which worked out alright. What didn’t work out so well was the development of that film. It’s 90s expired Kodak Ektachrome (slide film) which I had in room temperature C41 for ages (my choosing of development recipes is largely based on moon phases and tarot cards). I think maybe the bleach-fix isn’t very active at 20°C or maybe the film is just shot. It came out basically fine but so dark that my scanner couldn’t see through it at all. This was scanned with a hacky contraption consisting of a light therapy lamp and careful timing to convince the scanner that it’s actually closed and all is fine. I might hang the film into warmer blix again later, to see if that improves things.
If it looks like I don’t know what I’m doing – that is basically accurate 🙂
Camera: 1932 Rolleiflex “Old Standard”.
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