Rainbow film will paint your 35mm photographs with arching rainbows. A rainbow's position in the frame will vary, with some rainbows appearing in the center of a frame and others sliding to either side of the frame. Aim to evenly exposure each frame as rainbows become opaque if overexposed. When you're done, this film easily develops at any photo lab or darkroom that process color negative film!
36 Exposures | 200 ISO | C-41 (Color) Process
NOTE: Ensure rainbows develop right side up with your photographs, by selecting a roll designed for the side of the camera your film canister inserts into. (i.e. SLR cassette chambers are typically located on the left side while some point and shoot cassette chambers are located on the right)
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