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    Quote Originally Posted by StoneNYC View Post
    Really? What country are you in?


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    'Murica!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by rich815 View Post
    'Murica!!
    Well I checked your profile, still, I've beer seen that sold... That's all, I'm sure it was just before I was shooting 120..


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    Ill try it in the glove box for a week or two. Thanks for all the responses! I'm looking to make it look like its been expired for a few years. StoneNYC, when I find the best way to expire it and then get it developed (i get it done at Costco) I'll get back to you

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    What about putting the film in the dryer or in a toaster oven? Will that work?

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    OK, you put it on the dashboard of your car and drive into Death Valley. Make sure all the windows are closed and then leave the car and hot foot it out of the valley (this may pose a problem and you may need a bottle/several bottles of water). Return after a couple of months, retrieve your car and film and process it. Hay presto!

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