sorry for that John.
thank you both for your encouragement !
i was able to sck-n the film that had nothing on it
and somehow the magic beam found things to reproduce.
i should have realized the developer was dead
when the paper negatives didn't develop ...
i mixed some a130 and dunked the paper in it ...
i should have double timed the a130 for the film ...
oh well, lessons learned -
Try to scan to see if there is something.
If yes, try Lith print.
Massive exposure... like 1 or 2 seconds :-)
It could work.
I hate it when that happens.
Hopefully you can make something of it.
the film is too thin and looks absolutely clear
but if i sc--n it there is something there
and it is kind of mind blowing.
i better not talk much about this because
i will be cast out into the cold
not sure if the glass is half full or half empty
Ah man, that sucks!
5 years ago i had a similar problem and i stopped for a few months before
i decided to do it again ... i think this stuff died because of the summer heat
and because i made it a month or 2 ago ...
i think i am back to 1 shot ... at least i will know it works before i waste 2 weeks of film in it
And you can't drink it either . . . Is this the first developer failure of this variety?
good on you, nothin like a 7x11...just a really nice format most folks don't know much about.