My freezer is a capicitor???? what about all that dielectric loading caused by frozen meat and veggies? I would think it would be so low q and so lossy that even if it were near a substation transformer, it would have trouble conducting electricity. The big electrical threat is during film handling. A fast move with the dark slide or rewinding roll film too fast would be the biggest problem.
My photos are always without all that distracting color ...
I know a lot about capacitors, EMF, all those little things that goes inside an electronic whatever.
That's how I earn the money I spend in film and paper...
But never heard about low frequency electromagnetic fields affecting film.
That would be real news for me.
I have had film in the freezer for up to 8 to 10 years. The 10 year old did some strange things so I discarded it and am more careful with the film in the fridge.
I have *no* proof, but I would venture a guess that the film did not change much ... but the chemistries in the processing DID. Even with Rodinal ...
I've read that at least one European company advertises a formula *very* close to "the OLD Rodinal".
A freezer constructed with metal as the inside wall and then insulation with metal outside concentrates cosmic energy and the concentration of energy can fog light-sensitive material. A freezer constructed out of cement block with insulation on the inside will not conduct that energy nor will it fog film. Because of this phenomena, I recently built a cement block freezer.