There’s been a recent movement within the photography community to buy and use expired film, and in some cases — very old expired film. This is an example of that, for this film was 27-years-old when I exposed it two years ago. Just look at it — it’s phenomenal! I was expecting it to deliver substandard results and very thin negatives, but it acted as if it was fresh film.
Buying expired film is a great way to save money, as each roll can be had for as little as $2.00 for a box of 36-exposure film. Of course, it helps if the film was well cared for and kept in a fridge or deep freeze all that time, but still — the results can be nothing short of amazing.