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    1. Yes! The contact sheet was full of purples and pinks and oranges and blues, it was spectacular. I literally chuckled when I got it back! ♥

    1. Hi Carolyn! Thanks for stopping by and your kind words. I really enjoyed going through your blog, especially (of course) the film photography! Hoping to see you more analogue from you ♥

  1. Ahh the magic of film! You’re so lucky with your results Katie! I also just used a very expired and was not properly stored Konica (Centuria) film, and it turned out nothing like these hahaha! Almost all frames were very dark and only a few survived. But I would’ve squealed if they resulted to something like yours :) :)

    1. Not sure if that’s how you work but I always shoot wide open on the slowest speed possible, especially indoors when using expired film, especially those I know that weren’t stored properly. It’s a miracle these even turned out! I hope you continue using expired film though, they are so much fun, no? :)

    1. You said it so well! :) Also, I might have just picked an Olympus Mju II as my birthday present, after admiring yours, Inês!

      1. I’m so happy and honoured to have inspired your choice! I’m sure you won’t be disapointed, and now I’m quite curious to see the future results of this great pairing :D

        Also, here goes my belated happy birthday!!

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