Developing of Expired Film – Colour – Over 8 years



  • Developing of Expired Colour film.
  • Expired  over 10 years.
  • Change of process to compensate for film age.

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Expired Film is very popular to shoot. Apart from being slightly cheaper, many times it also gives unexpected looks.

Expired Films up to 8 years generally do not need any change in developing process although this depends on which conditions they were stored. Films older than this require a different process to achieve the best results.

Looks that can be achieved from expired films:

  • Increased grain.
  • Increased contrast.
  • Underexposure.
  • White spots.
  • Light leaks and scratches.
  • Colour shift.