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    Problem with development or drying mark?

    Please check around his left shoulder. This is the only image with that mark. Thanks!

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    Did you see this mark on the negative itself? Looks almost like a Newton Ring since it seems to have a concentric pattern.

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    That's a Newton ring! That mark is made when your film sags and makes contact with a glass at the center of that mark. It happens on scanners and with some glass type film carriers for enlargers. That's not actually on the film itself.
    Develop, stop, fix.... wait.... where's my film?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Michael R 1974 View Post
    Did you see this mark on the negative itself? Looks almost like a Newton Ring since it seems to have a concentric pattern.
    Thanks Michael. I did not check the negative but I'll tomorrow. Thanks for the prompt reply.

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    Quote Originally Posted by tkamiya View Post
    That's a Newton ring! That mark is made when your film sags and makes contact with a glass at the center of that mark. It happens on scanners and with some glass type film carriers for enlargers. That's not actually on the film itself.
    Thanks for the note! great to know and I'll re-scan the negative.



 

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