I recently developed my first 2 rolls of portra 160 by hand using a Jobo Tempering box to maintain my tempe for the C41 press kit. I followed the directions to the second (or as close as I could) and Im pretty sure my procedure was correct. The problem is that even though my photos were exposed correctly, the colors were well nasty. They almost had a cross processed look. The colors were just plain off. The negatives were exposed correctly, and I had details in both shadows and highlights.. So, Im not sure what went wrong. One thing maybe is that during the non agitation time, I didnt place the canister back in the bath to keep warm so it might have cooled enough during development to cause a shift? Maybe my hand agitation was off? I checked my temp with 2 separate off unit thermometers, and at least when I started I was dead on. So, Im really puzzled by this and I need to work out how to do this by hand. I just sent off 2 rolls to Richard Photo, and it was $50 which makes color film work completely out. I know there are cheaper places, but if Im doing 2-3 shoots a week with 3-4 rolls of color per shoot, itll break me. Since I only do this as a hobby, Id like to figure out a better way Any ideas what would make my colors shift and go blah?