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It has been many years since I developed film, but when doing so for myself, I always did one tank at a time, with just one roll per tank. I am not saying this is your problem, but when pouring through multiple rolls of film, it is possible to loose consistency in agitation and that could cause problems like this. Finally, you are diluting D-76 more ...


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If the film is completely transparent: no numbers on the edges and, critically, no fogged leader, then it has never seen the developer. But it has seen fixer, or it would look like undeveloped film (possibly with the anti-halation layer washed away), which is kind of grey (and will get darker over time as light hits it). As Alan Marcus says, if the leader ...


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You say, the bottom roll was transparent -- look at it again and tell us if you see any edge printing. 1. void of any image or blackening whatsoever even the edge printing with frame and emulsion type missing top and bottom. 2. Edge printing one side of film only. 3. Edge printing both sides but nothing else. Edge printing is photographically applied and ...


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