Have you ever used a pre-exposed film? Did you love it? Hate it? Or would you never even consider it?
I’ve bought three rolls of pre-exposed film from three different brands. Here is the review of the Yodica Antares film, shot on an Olympus MJU II (Stylus Epic Infinity). Because if you’re going to shoot a film that many photographers hate, why not shoot it on a camera many photographers hate?
Also a reminder about Expired Film Day coming up on 15-16-17 March 2019!
Summary of episode 7 of Matt Loves Cameras
- Different pre-exposed films on the market
- Why shoot with a pre-exposed film?
- About Yodica Films
- Images shot with Yodica Antares
- Yodica Films on Facebook
- Yodica Films interview on Analogue Wonderland
- Petapixel Dubblefilm article
- Kosmo Foto Yodica interview
- Paul Wheeler – check out some half frame goodness on Instagram!
- Expired Film Day
Images taken on Yodica Antares film
Stop the press! I have just updated this episode with some very important information thanks to Jennyfer in the comments below. Yodica films have no DX code. I shot this roll in an Olympus MJU II which defaults to ISO100 when there is no DX code. These images were shot at two stops overexposed, which is why the pre-exposed colours are either not at strong as they should be, or non-existent in some frames! Remember this if you shoot a Yodica film – either shoot in a camera where you can set the ISO or carefully remove the label to expose the DX code.
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