Italian film historian Davide Turconi collected 35mm nitrate film clippings, which are now part of the Davide Turconi Project. Joshua Yumibe has provided a selection of clips in the advanced stages of nitrate decomposition. Joshua states "such frames make up a relatively small yet remarkable portion of the collection
In an effort to raise awareness of the effect that toxic chemicals can have on our environment, Brandon Seidler fuses the actual chemicals with his photographs taken in that area to juxtapose both toxin and landscape in disturbingly vibrant photographs created from his film manipulations.
Ever wonder what resulting photos would look like if you developed film with various liquids found around the house? Photographer Matthew Cetta does too, and he’s actually spent quite some time finding out. Cetta has been doing experiments through a project called “Photogenic Alchemy,” creating toy camera photos with wild aesthetics by developing the films with all kinds of random things — everything from lemon juice to Pepto Bismol.