Photographs, captured onto 40 years expired Kodak Ektachrome 200 from 1978 and 34 years expired Kodak VPL-II from 1984.
Expired film sometimes is tricky, but sometimes also quite rewarding. If old and dated films have been stored under favourable conditions the chemical deterioration of the the emulsion itself may show as a subtle yet complex change in color rendition. The results are truly unique colors and thus a truly unique photograph.
This series of images was taken between summer and fall 2018 onto expired Kodak VPL-II from 1984 and Kodak Ektachrome 200 from 1978.
A visual time capsule of long gone dyes finally forming an image – 40 years after the expiration date.
Mesmerizing colors – irreproducible, subtle but bold alike
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