Hands in the Play-Doh

Did you know that when you mix all of the Play-Doh colors together, you get gray? Our granddaughter sure found out. I made these photos with my Nikon F3 and my 55mm f/2.8 Micro-Nikkor lens on expired Kroger 200 film, which is a Ferrania stock. I shot the film at EI 100 to get past the color shifts I got the last time I shot it.

Hands in Play-Doh
Hands in Play-Doh
Hands in Play-Doh

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6 responses to “Hands in the Play-Doh”

  1. J P Avatar

    Shooting expired Kroger-brand film – now that just sounds sad. :)

    1. matt Avatar

      When the musicologists of the future look back on modern blues music, they’ll wonder exactly “Shooting Expired Kroger Film Blues” was about.

      1. Jim Grey Avatar


    2. Jim Grey Avatar

      This was probably pretty good film when it was fresh. It was made by Ferrania in Italy. Remember 3M Scotch film in the 80s? That was Ferrania film in disguise. A lot of store brands used Ferrania film for many years.

  2. matt Avatar

    A lesson in the value of compartimentalisation, I suppose.

    1. Jim Grey Avatar

      Something like that!

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