Wondering if anyone has any information on the effect of high temperatures on already processed negatives and prints. I recently moved, we are located in Southern California. I used to store my negatives and prints inside our air conditioned house with no problems. Now with the move I'm running into space issues in the house. I was going to store them in our garage where I will build my darkroom. But I'm finding temperatures in the garage are reaching 96 degrees Fahrenheit. The Relative Humidity is about 30% where I'm at until the winter rains. Don't think I'm going to be working in those temps. I do all my darkroom work in the mornings when it's in the 70's or so until winter time when things cool off. Anyways, just wondering on the long term effects of storing Black and White Silver Gelatin negatives and prints that have already been fully processed in temperatures like that. Luckily I have a spare fridge to store my new film in so that's not a problem.
Thanks for any info,