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    Seeking clues on possible causes of this problem in negative

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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.

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    Re: Seeking clues on possible causes of this problem in negative

    It appears to be an insufficient quantity of developer.

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    Re: Seeking clues on possible causes of this problem in negative

    Yikes! Okay, I make some really really clueless errors. Thanks!

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    Re: Seeking clues on possible causes of this problem in negative

    Agree with the developer comment. There is still lots of potential for a great image from this negative with a little cropping!

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    Re: Seeking clues on possible causes of this problem in negative

    How was it processed (tank, tray)? Was this infrared film? I inverted the image in PS and I am perplexed.
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    Re: Seeking clues on possible causes of this problem in negative

    Quote Originally Posted by Jim Noel View Post
    It appears to be an insufficient quantity of developer.

    +1

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    Re: Seeking clues on possible causes of this problem in negative

    Quote Originally Posted by Randy View Post
    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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    Re: Seeking clues on possible causes of this problem in negative

    Paterson tank developed

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    Re: Seeking clues on possible causes of this problem in negative

    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?

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