I just developed some E6 negatives for the first time, and they came out horribly. Just about every variable is an unknown, but before I run more does anyone have any guesses? First of all, the variables: First time developing E6 (Arista Rapid E6 3-bath kit), first time shooting 4x5 (Fuji Provia 100F film), first time using camera (Polaroid 95, individual sheet loaded in a changing bag), first time using flash (flash bulb, GE #5), developed in Jobo CPE2, taped gently into a drum that doesn't support 4x5... could have moved. So, now that I look sufficiently stupid, the results: two extremely dark negatives that, when held up to the light, show a very faint red scene. Pure red, very dark. The frame markers on the film are yellow and look normal. Any clues as to how many things went wrong? Next batch is some rolls of 120 from a camera I actually know how to use in a drum that actually supports it, but I want to make sure this doesn't suggest bad chemicals.