When working with peel apart instant film indoor everything works great, but when moving outdoor and far away from the darkroom things get more complicated on how to handle the negative and the paper picture.
Indoor / near darkroom it's easy to just leave the picture to dry and then washing of the goop on the negative and leave it in a water bath until the shoot is finished.
Outdoor in the field however:
- how do you store the negative until you get home to the darkroom? I must somehow be able to store from 1 to 10 negatives in water withouth the negatives sticking to each other.
- how do you dry the paper picture? For example when it's like 10 degrees celcius, wind and rain. While drying the paper it's sticky so I can't put it in my bag or pocket. And usually I'm busy with shooting a new exposure with regular negative while the print is drying, so I can't hold it in my hand.
I'm thinking that I need some kind of box where I can put several paper pictures and stick them to something so they can dry without sticking to each other or the box. Similar system for the instant negatives, some kind of water tight box/bottle where I can put one and one negative without they're sticking to each other or the container.