The expired Fujicolor Superia 100

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I just got back photos from my virgin roll of expired Fujicolor Superia 100, and frankly put, I am rather confused with the results. There doesn’t seem to be a definitive colour palette that I can put my finger to. Perhaps I had not thought better to use the film in more brightly-lit spots, given that it is expired. Or maybe my manual settings were all wrong. Got to give the film a few more tries to find out.

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13 thoughts on “The expired Fujicolor Superia 100

  1. ania.m

    maybe it was the camera settings, iso100 needs lots of light,
    so it’s never best for ‘inside photos’.
    (personally i use only expired films, and they usually turn out ok ;))

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  2. Thais Cavalcanti

    you use it in so many different situations, it’s hard to tell, haha. i like to use expired films, cause it’s when I let myself go. usually just have fun with it, not expecting great results. turns out they are my best shots. 🙂

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    1. evelyn Post author

      They are actually at my window, the main door, and outside the main door!
      I would love to achieve the muted colours of expired film. Your photos are great, thais! ❤

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    1. evelyn Post author

      Hi Joe 🙂

      I’ve gone down to f1.8 actually.
      I think it might be in fact the lack of a good amount of sunlight.

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  3. Sara Simulator

    When using expired film is a good thing to over expose because the film looses a lot of it’s sensibility as time goes by!
    I only take pictures with this king of fim with really good lighting,usually outside,that said i love that first picture with the honey pot ❤

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    1. evelyn Post author

      Yep.. that’s what some people have been advising me.
      The next roll will be better… i hope!

      That pot of honey was glistening in the light and I couldn’t help but snap it!

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