Show us your film : My Kingdom for a Fridge

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Show us your film : My Kingdom for a Fridge
People keep on sending them in, and I love it because we all get to have a peek inside the personal stashes that people have been saving for that special moment. Check this lot out.

István Lengvári
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I enclose a picture of my film stash of 1/1/2014. It is a mixture of 35 and 120 and colour and b&w films. Some of them was given with cameras I bought, many of them were acquired to experiment and to found out what is best for me. A couple of them are swapped with local photographers. I had to remove some of them from the paper boxes to fit to my fridge. Top right there are some Fuji Pro S and Neopan Presto 400 rolls, the plain white boxes are Orwo TC27 rolls.

Istvan

Matt Day
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No words, just lots of lovely film.

Lorenzo Razzino
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Keeping Kodak afloat.

lorenzorazzino.com

Stephan Spiegelberg
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Here we see my part of the fridge I can use for my films. Normally I prefer the Ektar and Portra for prints, the Elitechrome and Velvia for slides and the Acros for B/W – in 120 or 135. But, well, sometimes it’s better to have the choice.

My blog: http://www.spiegelberg.org

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(Photo taken with Hasselblad 503cw, Carl Zeiss Planar T* 2.8/80mm, Kodak Ektar 100)

Stephan

Brilliant stuff, thanks for sharing that little lot with us. Looks very Kodak-ey this time around. Keep it up.

I would love to see you collections, so if you want to send them in feel free. Perhaps you can include a couple of shots taken with your favourite films, that would be fun. Send your film stash. Who knows, if enough people do it, it might become a regular thing. 

Cheers
Japancamerahunter

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