I was given a (mostly full) box of provia 4x5 along with a view camera. I have taken a few test shots and determined that it is "poo-poo." The color is so off that I have not been able to correct for it after scanning, and the grain is pretty pronounced (more than I think it should be, but I have never shot this film). Needless to say, the film is pretty much shot.
My question is: does anybody have any creative ideas to use up 40+ sheets of grainy, faded-color film? Is there any intentionally destructive development methods that might yield an interesting image? Is there a camera or darkroom technique that benefits from old, bad film? I would love to hear any possibility, no matter how screwy, because otherwise, the contents of this box are headed for the trash.