We absolutely love using expired film. As a general rule of thumb when shooting with expired negative film (not slide or reversal type film), it is recommended that you over-expose by one stop per ten years. For example, for a film that expired in 2000, you would add an extra 2 to 3 stops of light. Of course, the real beauty of shooting with expired film is that there really are no rules; play and experiment. No two films or frames will be the same, you cannot guarantee any results and every shot will be completely unpredictable, creative and unique.
Whilst you're here, why not take a look at our growing selection of expired film in our shop for some really creative fun?
"It may become nothing, it may become a masterpiece; film photography is a continuous experiment.... and most importantly, ENJOY!"