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July 8, 2013 / Gregory Williams

Other People’s Film and Test Rolls

image“620” test rolls from the Kodak Duaflex II and Brownie Hawkeye Flash are ready to be sent off to the lab, rolled back to the 120 spools the film came on.

There was also a spent roll of film in the Duaflex II, which was also rerolled to a disposable 120, and I’m hoping the lab can still develop Verichrome.

This is the second time I’ve found a roll of intact film in a used camera. The first roll only revealed two  photos of a rather unremarkable older woman holding a rather more unremarkable cake.

That’s the best part though, taking the chance, and the chances are this film is too old, too exposed, or just exposed.

If not, somebody took the time to take the photos that develop which in itself has meaning, and that’s just the sort of thing that makes photography interesting.

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