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    Weird patterns in my scans... film?

    Hey folks,

    So in a few rolls I've been developing, I've been getting this in some of my images (image size magnified to show it... doesn't show up in smaller prints).

    Any one have any idea what it is?

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    Did you keep the temperatures of the successive baths (dev, stop, fix, wash) within +/-2°C? Looks like reticulation.

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    IMHO, that exactly what you are looking at in this image. Reticulation from uneven temps in processing. Just be glad it wasn't your cousin's wedding, which is the only time in 50 years it has happened to my film. Bill Barber

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    Another vote for reticulation.
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    reticulation as well

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    Nah, his scanner glass is cracked! Vote three for reticulation. Some film reticulate with different patterns and some of them look pretty interesting. Yours isn't to darn bad, but I'm sure it's not the "look" you were after. JohnW

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    If it shows up in the wet print then worry about it. If only in the scan, then refer to dpug.org

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    +1, how did you process the film in terms of temperature. This effect is quite difficult to achieve these days.

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    you've got worms.
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    Are you using ANR glass or one of the Better Scanning tools?

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