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If you have exposed film waiting to be developed, storing it in the fridge is better than storing it at room temperature. Even better than storing it in the fridge is to make time to have it developed promptly. Here is a quote from the Kodak publication Storage and Care of KODAK Photographic Materials: "Once you have exposed your film, paper, or material, ...



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