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!
For some reason the last two rolls of film from my Canon EOS 750 have had some streaky light leaks and although I am slightly concerned that this is a problem with the camera (we'll see how the next two rolls turn out I guess eep) I'm also pretty delighted to see these unexpected surprises, its been a while!
Also I love the last photo of the bench, it was such a lovely reclusive photo I thought and the light leak, which I couldn't repeat again if I tried... just make it even better. Oh film you delightful thing you...
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.