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Processed using vinegar<br />
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Experimental New York photographer Matthew Cetta has come up with a bizarre way<br />
of altering his images - by destroying the film with liquids he finds<br />
around the house.<br />
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The quirky artist uses his unusual technique to create stunning,<br />
abstract prints that look like they have been taken with a filter or<br />
altered on Photoshop.<br />
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After a film has been used, Matthew soaks it in different chemicals to<br />
give each picture a unique effect before it is developed.<br />
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He has tried lemon juice, nail varnish remover, hydrogen peroxide,<br />
alcohol, petrol, absinthe, and turpentine.