I've taken this photo more than eleven years ago, on very expired high-speed film. I've been expecting not-really-good results but wasn't expecting this bad. Also, I've metered film probably as 1000ASA film, instead of more like 200ASA, I've been awe-struck by high-speed and disregarded all sanity. So I got what I got - technically not-really-good photos.
I rescanned this roll of film eleven years after the first scan, this time with proper, dedicated film scanner. I've digitally cleaned the most of dust and scratches, but you can't fix chemically bad film. I love it this way, but truth to be told, I'd be happier if it wasn't this bad.
Taken with Zenit EM camera and Helios 44M 58mm f/2.0 lens, on grossly expired Kodak Royal Gold 1000 film. Scanned with Plustek OpticFilm 8100 dedicated film scanner using VueScan x64 9.5.