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Drying off – Kodak Vericolor 120 (VPS 6006)Drying off – Kodak Vericolor 120 (VPS 6006)

Drying off – Kodak Vericolor 120 (VPS 6006)

Kodak Vericolor 120 (VPS 6006) shot at EI100
Color negative film in 120 format shot as 6×6


Drying off - Kodak Vericolor 120 (VPS 6006) shot at EI100. Color negative film in 120 format shot as 6x6.

Drying off
Kodak Vericolor 120 (VPS 6006) shot at EI100.
Color negative film in 120 format shot as 6×6


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  1. It’s plain old colour negative in C-41!

  2. I had to fetch the Vericolor roll of the shelf to see what the box said- this is cross-processed?


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