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Why does my developed 35mm film have stripes of light on the photos?

What type of 35mm developing reels are you loading the film onto to process? If the streaks are on and off the length of the film, you may be "bending" or curling the film too much if you ...
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What causes flat-looking negatives while developing film?

Great answer user 2719. Was getting dispondent after so many different contact sheets showed various degrees of contrast/ flatness. Great advice, meter more carefully and perfect neg may only occur ...
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Why does my developed 35mm film have stripes of light on the photos?

It's pretty obvious you have light leaking onto the film. Based on the very narrow and perfectly straight vertical line in the middle of each stripe, I'd look first at the seals on the vertical ends ...
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Why does my developed 35mm film have stripes of light on the photos?

1/ If the film is not advancing smoothly you will get tension stress marks on the film. 2/ The shutter rail may be worn causing uneven exposure. 3/When the film is finished and rewound into the ...
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How many frames have I lost due to opening my Canon Sure Shot 60?

I did research and apparently some cameras automatically rewind the film which saves the already taken photos. Taking a quick look at the Canon SureShot 60 Zoom Manual it appears that your camera ...
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How to digitize film on a budget?

Modern digital cameras can do a great job of digitizing prints and slides, and with a little trouble, even negatives. Your Olympus OM-D E-M10 Mark II has a sixteen megapixel sensor, which is plenty ...
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