Re: expiration dates on film boxes

From: SteveS ^lt;[email protected]>
Date: 10/13/05-01:06:43 PM Z
Message-id: <009101c5d029$41ed1460$4802280a@VALUED65BAD02C>

>I
> find that when you go down the path of tube processing you start to walk a
> fine line in negative quality. When you work with small amounts of
> developer
> you run into problems.
>
> Make sure your chemistry is fresh and dump after use. Please scan a
> negative
> and pm it to me
>
> Jan Pietrzak
>
Riiiight! Tube processing! Make sure you have one ounce of developer per
10 sq inches of film in the tube.

It's not the film. I've developed film after two years in a dark box. If
it's not the exposure, it's your chemistry.

Mixture, formula, quantity, temperature, time . . . one of those is off.

S.
Received on Thu Oct 13 13:19:35 2005

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