Instant Photography Tip: How To Store Film
by Thomas Preyer
We are kicking off the new year with an exiting new series of posts. This series is all about the little things you need to know about instant-photography.
Preserve your film
Instant-film is full of sensible chemicals. To help preserve you precious film for as long as possible, you have to follow a few simple rules.
|This is how previously frozen film looks like... Not cool! Okay, somewhat cool ;)|
- Always store your film at a cool and dry place, i.e. your basement or fridge.
- Never freeze the film!
- Try to keep the storage conditions at a constant level.
- Use Impossible film within a year.
- Film is for shooting, not hoarding. Well, a little hoarding is okay :)
This is how I store my film...
|Mini-fridge for Polaroid film|
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