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    Quote Originally Posted by jayvo86 View Post
    I'm just going to throw this out there too...

    Are you sure your camera is exposing the film still?

    Even if it isn't, it won't be erasing the edge markings.


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    Ah, yes...missed that in the original post.

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    ID-11 is supposed to be mixed at a very high temperature, but you say you're using it within 10 minutes of mixing it up. If you're not mixing it at high temps maybe it's not fully mixed?

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    I use the same grads everytime for each chemical so I don't confuse myself. That happens alot.

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    using different shape/size/color bottles for each chemical might help

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    Quote Originally Posted by Photo Engineer View Post
    Bill;

    If it is a neutral or alkaline fix, and depending on formula, this may not apply. These fixes will feel somewhat slippery too. There is no definitive test for these as there are too many possible formulas.

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    Haaa, I keep forgetting about alkaline fix... Depends on the formula of course.

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    Are you using ID 11 at stock dilution, or are you diluting it 1 + 1?

    I ask, because if for some reason you "developed" the blank films in just the diluting water, the result would have been the same as the result obtained by fixing the film before developing it.
    Matt

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    Quote Originally Posted by DarkroomExperimente View Post
    using different shape/size/color bottles for each chemical might help
    I would endorse this, especially colour coding. We are visual people and this helps. I use blue for dev, yellow for stop and red for fix.

    “The contemplation of things as they are, without error or confusion, without substitution or imposture, is in itself a nobler thing than a whole harvest of invention”

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    yes, i did t just lst week!
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    Is there any possibility that the developer was contaminated with fixer or stop?

    I use ID-11 (1+1) shortly after mixing it without a problem. However since mixing is done at 40C, I leave the stock to cool in the fridge before using it.

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