1. Craigus

    Craigus

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    Our loft room gets very hot in this weather, like 35 degrees plus hot. My unexposed c41 and black and white is stored in that room as that's where our home office is, will the film be alright? Should I keep it elsewhere or does it not matter overly for unexposed film?

    Thanks.
     
  2. john.margetts

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    Unexposed film is not so fussy - but 35 degrees seems a bit hot. The colour film is more likely to be harmed - but that will be limited to colour cast, I would think. My film is stored in a room that is consistently above 25 degrees and I have experienced no problems.
     
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  3. TheBigYin

    TheBigYin Staff Member

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    ziplock bag, tupperware container and stuff it in the fridge or freezer. Just remember to defrost the film the day before and give it plenty of time to get up to room temperature steadily - best to defrost frozen film in the fridge overnight, and give film from the fridge a couple of hours minimum at ambient before shooting - longer if it's particularly humid weather.
     
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    Woodsy POTY Winner 2009

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    ^ This :)
     

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