I bought some photo-paper, for a pinhole , and I stored it in the fridge. But because of space shortage – one can never have too much film, I guess – I started thinking if it was even necessary to keep the paper in there. In a refrigerator or in a freezer.

I asked my two local film pushers shops, what they do? None of them keep them on “ice”. But they don't store their film stock cold either, so many be not the right place to ask.

As always I turned to Twitter, and here I got different answers. Apparently, some do and some don't.

My conclusion is that you just do what you find best, I have mine in the fridge when there is space and in a box on a shelf when there isn't.

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