Now, here's something i came through for the first time: I was at a state building taken over by students. Sitting in the balcony, watching the guys drinking cheap wine and arguing about politics etc etc. Decided to take out the camera and shoot some portraits, as it was 5 in the afternoon and the light was fantastic. Same day, i take the film [a new Kodak Tri-X @ 400, one of these that when developed, read "K'odak" instead of "Kodak"] to the darkroom and develop it with Kodak's [...K'odak's] instructions for the TMAX dev. That's 4,5 minutes at 24c, with agitation every 30 seconds. Wash, fix, wash, photo-flo, done. Hang it up, check the film with a white piece of A4 paper and everything seems fine. Yesterday, i go back at the darkroom to unhang it, cut it and print the first tests of the shots. And discover that the lower 1/3 of every exposure in the film is darker. To me, it looked like overdevelopment, but i made sure that i used the right amount of developer so the whole spiral was covered. Of course, being a newbie in this, it could be something completely different or... i don't really know. Has this ever happened to anybody else? Is this overdevelopment or something else? Is there a way i can fix it except dodging/burning at the printing stage -- which i tried with OK-but-could-be-better results... Thanks in advance, -Sino.