What's in YOUR fridge?

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  1. terri

    terri Administrator Staff Member Supporting Member

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    Just did some film inventory. Pulled out stuff from way back in the fridge, some of it I had forgotten I have, but nothing's expired yet. No doubt about it...I gotta get to shooting. :p

    3 rolls - Kodak HIE
    1 roll - Ilford SFX 35mm, 2 rolls of 120
    3 rolls - Kodak Ektachrome 100
    1 roll - Fuji Velvia 50
    1 roll - Fuji Velvia 100
    2 rolls - TMax 400
    1 roll - Kodak Plus-X pan
    2 rolls - Scala B&W slide
    6 rolls - Fuji Provia 100F
    5 rolls - Konica 750
    2 rolls - Kodak Technical pan
    1 roll - Ilford FP4, 120
    1 roll - Ilford HP5, 120
    2 boxes - Kodak Tri-X pan 4x5
    1 box - Polaroid 79 4x5
    1 box - Polaroid 56 4x5 sepia
    2 boxes - Polaroid Time Zero

    What does everyone else have? (extra memory cards don't count) :wink:
     
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    1. i haven't got any film in a fridge
    2. I've got a roll of PAN400sx b/w which is going in the camera as soon as i get home from work.

    :)
     
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    Damn Terri!

    I have:
    3 rolls of 120 Arista 400
    1 roll of 120 Ilford Delta 3200
    6 rolls of 35mm Kodak Tri-X 400
    1 roll of 35mm Bergger 200
    1 roll of 35mm Photoworks color 200

    My bulk loader with 100 ft of Ilford HP5+ is in the basement. Hmm, maybe I should put that in the fridge...
     
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    terri Administrator Staff Member Supporting Member

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    Yeah, I know. It's kind of a sickness. With 2 of us in the house buying and using all formats, it gets kinda silly. :wink:

    Orie, I've never used Bergger film. I've used Bergger inkjet papers because I can handcolor on them. (They've D/C my faves, tho, the bastards) :x

    What's that film like, do you like it? And how do you pronounce that word, anyway? :wink: I haven't a clue, so I'm pronouncing it like "burger" which I'm sure is wrong. :wink:
     
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    I think my 10D might get foggy if I put it in there :)
     
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    terri Administrator Staff Member Supporting Member

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    Digi-geek. :wink:
     
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    2 apples
    1 cart of milk
    1 bag of deli meat
    3 unknown items that not even NASA can identify but has been in the fridge since we've got it

    Sorry terri. I'm trying to cut back on my film diet, since they have too many calories. :wink: Whenever I want to shoot film I just borrow my dad's film SLR and buy film whenever I need it. Maybe I'll refridge my memory cards so I won't feel left out. :wink:
     
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    The darkroom mini-fridge is full:

    175+ sheets Arista Pro 125 4x5
    80+ sheets Arista Pro 400 4x5
    35mm bulk loader with Arista 125
    35mm bulk loader with Tri-X
    12 35mm rolls Tri-X
    8 35mm rolls Arista Pro 125
    25+ rolls Tmax 100 120 size
    40+ rolls Arista Pro 125 120 size
    50+ rolls Arista Pro 400 120 size
    3 100' rolls 16mm Pan-X (for my vintage 16mm cameras)
    a box with approx 30 exposed but undeveloped Arista Pro 125 4x5
    a box with approx 10 exposed but undeveloped Arista Pro 400 4x5
    a big freezer bag filled with assorted 120 and 35mm rolls exposed and undeveloped
    a box with 16 exposed but undeveloped Tmax 100 4x5 that I'm supposed to develop for a friend
    3 Boulevard Pale Ales

    In the downstairs freezer (not making my wife happy):
    3 big freezer bags filled with assorted color neg and transparency and infra red in 120 and 35mm

    I have no problem using up the BW, but some of that color film is old!! But I can't bear to throw it out (it's been frozen the entire time).
     
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    I say it like bear-ger, like the animal. But i have no idea. I haven't tried it yet, I'll let you know once I do! I just ordered a variety of different film one time when getting supplies. I usually shoot 400, so I've put off trying the 200. I should think up a special project for it or something, or I'll probably never get around to it...
     
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    Ok, I'm changing my "Damn Terri!" to "Damn Matt!" :D
     
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    I'll have used everything on the list above the 16mm film by the end of September. :lol: My cameras are hungry!
     
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    Jeff Canes No longer a newbie, moving up!

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    40 rolls 35mm – Kodak UC
    10 rolls 35mm – Efke KB 25
    10 rolls 127 – Maco UP100
    Ice cream bar
    5 rolls – Tmax 400
     

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