I fired of a few rolls of 16mm film recently, two of them came back heavily foggy and I'm pretty sure it's due to over exposure?
If you can give me any tips or think it may be anything else, please throw your thoughts in - I'd appreciate it!
Both scenes were shot on a Bolex EBM, modded for S16. I used a canon FD lens, most likely 50mm on this one as it's relatively fast and versatile. Film was bought directly from Kodak, was stored in a cupboard for maybe 3 months. Shot and processed within a week. I was pretty careful loading and unloading, although there's a slight light mark on the side.
The interior shot was on Vision 3 500T, the lighting was dim with only bulb in the ceiling and a crummy skylight. Outside the sky was very overcast but not entirely dark. Light meter on my lady friends face said 1.8ish
The exterior shot was on Vision 3 250D, I can't remember too many details of the shot but it looks like it also has quiet a lot of of fogging too.
I included an effort to clean it up too just to give you an idea of the finished product, but what can I make sure to do next time to get a better result?
Thanks for any advice.
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