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    Re: 38 year old Polaroid pull-apart film advice

    That’s really dreadful compared to what it would have been when fresh... but quite artistic and I like it.

    Don’t be upset. At least you had a very fun time experimenting. Thanks for sharing that experience with us!

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    Re: 38 year old Polaroid pull-apart film advice

    Try getting your hands on some of the Fuji 3000b. The bw images are fine grain and beautiful. While it is all expired now, should be good for a looooong time if stored cool. I zip-lock bagged my remaining boxes before refrigerating... I'm also a fan of scanning the "goop" negative.


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    Re: 38 year old Polaroid pull-apart film advice

    Quote Originally Posted by BrianShaw View Post
    That’s really dreadful compared to what it would have been when fresh... but quite artistic and I like it.

    Don’t be upset. At least you had a very fun time experimenting. Thanks for sharing that experience with us!
    You're right, at least it provided some interesting results. And if I should chance upon some again in future, I'll know what to do.

    Quote Originally Posted by slerman View Post
    Try getting your hands on some of the Fuji 3000b. The bw images are fine grain and beautiful. While it is all expired now, should be good for a looooong time if stored cool. I zip-lock bagged my remaining boxes before refrigerating... I'm also a fan of scanning the "goop" negative.
    Unfortunately the ones currently on eBay are at hair-raising prices here in the UK, but I'll keep an eye out for any that pop up for a fair price.

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    Re: 38 year old Polaroid pull-apart film advice

    Just checked out the $prices in the US. Wow.

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