I always like to try expired films. Last year I found a Imation Scotch 35mm Color film 100, expired 5/1999. The box of the film was a bit damage and I wasn’t sure if the film was properly stored. I searched online and I was not able to find any information about this film except some that were being sold on ebay and found that it comes in Chrome format too.
I tried the film last week and I was surprised of the results. The colours came out amazingly.
That’s a great-looking film! I don’t know if Ferrania made this one too (they made Scotch Chrome 100), but if so I can’t wait to try it.
Thank you joe. and am looking forward to try Scotch Chrome too
Nice photos! After a long time far from film, I am “re-entering” with my vintage cameras. B&W is my passion. I intend to develop the fims by myself and get them copied in photo services, using regular color papers. Contrast is very strong.
Hello! These are some wonderful shots, and I was wondering something. I’ve had serious grain issues with a few rolls of old Kodak before and have determined it may have been from underexposing due to improper iso compensation. What did you shoot these at?
Thank you, I shoot these in London. at 100 iso, the last 3 photo it was over cast. i was so happy for the result.
Hi D, I shoot it in100. I know some people they push the old film, one stop for each year.