The first shot out of every roll of film is usually a half-burned frame. Photographer and graphic designer Anastasia Korosteleva turned her collection into a series. The photos were taken by different cameras such as Praktica, Pleomax, Canon EOS-3, and a disposable underwater Kodak camera.
Leica IIIG on Fuji film. This photo, taken recently, looks like it’s 50 years old. The frame was not printed by the lab (due to being overexposed, I guess), so I made a scan from the negative. The dust and retro feeling are all due to the (terrible) Rollei negative scanner I used.