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  1. #11

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    Re: What's making my negatives all blotchy like this?

    Your problem is in tray developing. You now have the evidence as to why pyrocat and minimal agitation MUST be done vertical with hangers.

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    Re: What's making my negatives all blotchy like this?

    Definitely not reticulation. Looks more like part of the sheets of film were stuck together for some amount of time during processing.

  3. #13

    Re: What's making my negatives all blotchy like this?

    Quote Originally Posted by John Berry View Post
    Your problem is in tray developing. You now have the evidence as to why pyrocat and minimal agitation MUST be done vertical with hangers.
    You said it John. Until I get myself a daylight tank, I'll stick to 9 min processing time with 10 secs every min.

    Clark

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