I experimented with an in camera mask, but A) the transparency sheet I used is not entirely clear, giving my pics a rather drab color cast and B) I somehow messed up the developing: there were big patches of undevelopedness on my negatives. Pity.

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2 Comments

  1. adash
    adash ·

    Maybe you need to tap the dev. tank to the table after agitating it. This looks like an air bubble trapped in the reel....

  2. stratski
    stratski ·

    @adash Well, maybe. But I use a machine, and the other rolls in the tank were fine. Maybe I didn't spool it properly, and the negatives got stuck to the axis of the spool or something. But thank you for thinking.