Sunset in Kruger

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There is a Kodak publication with guidelines on this here: Storage and Care of KODAK Photographic Materials The official line from Kodak is: "While storage in a refrigerator or freezer can be highly beneficial, you should not rely on it to extend film life beyond the "Develop Before" date." However, acceptable results are widely obtained from film that has ...


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Pulling film straight from the the freezer and putting it directly into a camera would be a Bad Thing™ as condensation will form on the cold film. And liquid water is something that you don't want to be putting into your camera! What I would do is to bag the film1 before storing and then when needed pull it out and allow it to acclimate while still within ...


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You can share and work a catalog of most of the local photo management programs but your data will be under risk of damaging due to concurrent write access from multiple computers at the same time. Even more probable risk is if your network connection to the remote computer will be disconnected for just 0.0001 sec at the same time when your catalog being ...



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