Lately I have been working on making images that test the limits of the emulsion. “Souping” film is the process of intentionally damaging the emulsion before or after the exposures are made. I begin by boiling the film, then letting it soak in a “soup” of various substances for a while, then carefully washing and drying the film and re-spooling it. Generally I then shoot it in a toy camera so as not to mess up one of my more complex cameras. Right now my preferred cameras for souped film are a pair of Holga 135s, a Blackbird Fly plastic TLR, a Smena 35, and a Bilora Bella 127 that has been modded to take 35mm film. I also made a splitzer for the Holgas so I could take multiple partial exposures of the same frame.