I've mentioned before in previous film burn posts how I love the end of the roll where the light is exposed to the film. A lot of the time there isn't a result like this and usually they're ignored if they do happen but as I'm now scanning my films myself I get to see for myself every time it does happen and sometimes you hit on gems with colours like these! So pretty!
I was so sure I'd written a post about these kind of results before - but searching through my (somewhat unorganised, I will admit) blog archives, I can't seem to find it, so if I'm repeating myself, I apologise.
Although these images are never intentional, I'm always so glad that they are included on the disc of results I get from Max Speilmann, it would be so easy to delete them and consider them a waste product - but I think they are beautiful in their own right and a wonderful celebration of the film process, capturing light and how abstract and varied the photography medium can be.
I could be reading too much into them of course but I'm getting a nice little collection of film burn images on Society6 now and I'll be adding these when I get a chance too hopefully.
Unexpected abstract art from my little Diana Mini :)