I've developed my first batch of films - three Fuji Acros Quickload exposed a year ago and three Delta 100 exposed last week.
The Fuji Acros was stored in a fridge for the intervening years, sitting on a shelf in the door - no direct moisture contact.
I developed them in a combiplan - D76 1+3 for 19 mins, 3 min stop, five min fix, 10 min wash
When I removed them, the 'top' part of the combiplan holder (http://gbl.bz/N4IRCi) wasn't covering all six sheets.
The Delta 100 and one of the Fuji Acros looked fine but the other Acros had cloudy marks in the sky as follows
Now I'm not sure what these could be so I am asking for a little help. My current thinking is.
1) Condensation/Rain - the day when the image was took was very damp but not cold, the shot was at the end of a 2 hour shoot and rain my have got onto the quickload - although probably not much as I would have noticed.
2) Condensation from fridge - I took the film out of the fridge and it was probably about 20 minutes until I started developing
3) Film touching each other - doesn't seem like it's this but I did notice when I opened the combiplan that two sheets were touching at the top, although they were definitely in separate slots.
4) Higgs Bosons... - I did have a my lens hood attached which has a couple of magnets in it so it may have bent space time slightly... What this does to Fuji Acros I don't know
Any help appreciated..