adks in color

This is my first attempt to recover the color negative from an instant film shot using Fujifilm FP-100C film. This peel apart film, which fits older Polaroid pack film cameras, produces a print, and in the process, a negative, which is usually thrown away. However, it’s possible to bleach the negative to remove the black coating on the back of the film, and you are left with a good quality medium format sized color negative. If handled carefully, the negative looks like it could produce good prints up to a large size. Fujifilm’s B&W instant peel apart film, FP-3000B, which I have been featuring in previous posts, also produces a negative, but it is a paper negative, and is much more fragile than the film negative of the FP-100C film.
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