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    Default How to store process film strips?

    As I'm back into film photography..
    I was wondering on how to store processed film strips, no matter whether it's negative or slides film strips.

    I've been keeping it in the paper envelop that the lab gave me and kept in in my cupboard.
    I keep them under room temperature and at times air-con.

    Is that alright? Will the colour on the film strip change?

    Thanks.

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    Quote Originally Posted by shaoken View Post
    As I'm back into film photography..
    I was wondering on how to store processed film strips, no matter whether it's negative or slides film strips.

    I've been keeping it in the paper envelop that the lab gave me and kept in in my cupboard.
    I keep them under room temperature and at times air-con.

    Is that alright? Will the colour on the film strip change?

    Thanks.
    Better to put them in the dry box.... turning the air-con on and off is gonna cause alot of condensation to occur...

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    Default Re: How to store process film strips?

    Will condensation result in colour loss?

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    I think colour shifts are caused more from oxidation than moisture?

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