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Kleiny41
12-Aug-2017, 09:29
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Does anyone have any hot insight on the cause of this band? Shutter issue? Its a Linhoff Copal 0. I've only used it a few times.

Jim Noel
12-Aug-2017, 09:37
It appears to be an insufficient quantity of developer.

Kleiny41
12-Aug-2017, 09:38
Yikes! Okay, I make some really really clueless errors. Thanks!

chassis
12-Aug-2017, 09:44
Agree with the developer comment. There is still lots of potential for a great image from this negative with a little cropping! :)

Randy
12-Aug-2017, 17:20
How was it processed (tank, tray)? Was this infrared film? I inverted the image in PS and I am perplexed.

consummate_fritterer
12-Aug-2017, 17:28
It appears to be an insufficient quantity of developer.


+1

Kleiny41
14-Aug-2017, 03:02
How was it processed (tank, tray)? Was this infrared film? I inverted the image in PS and I am perplexed.

Hi Randy, it's overexposed Rollei IR film.


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Kleiny41
14-Aug-2017, 09:42
Paterson tank developed

Kleiny41
14-Aug-2017, 09:53
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koraks
15-Aug-2017, 03:31
Taco method?
Anyway, I concur with the suggestion of others: looks like insufficient developer volume. What Paterson tank was this (size) and how much developer did you use?

gimenosaiz
15-Aug-2017, 04:54
+1

+1 :-)

Kleiny41
20-Aug-2017, 06:17
It was the middle sized Paterson. The one that holds 2 120 reels. I had used 1000 ml of fluid but yesterday did a volume test and will now do 100 ml over whatever the recommended volume is for reels.


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