Hello, I am having some bad luck with my 35 mm film. I again shot a roll of TriX400 and developed it in D76 Stock for 6:45 mins at 20 degrees. I used Kodak stop bath for 1 minute and then fixed it in rapid fixer for 5 minutes. Rinsed film in running water for 10. Soaked for 30 seconds in 1 lt of water + 2ml of photoflo and then hung them to dry. After I scanned them they all have little white spots (on the inverted positives) that look like a line of ants walked all over them. Some have 2 parallel lines running the length of the negative, some have 3. If I had to guess the look like deposits of some sort but what intrigues me is that the run parallel to the length of the negatives. If they were deposits of some solute suspended in the water that eventually dried out I would expect them to deposit at the lower end of the film.
When I develop 120 film or 4x5 I have never seen this spots.
Does anyone know what these could be?
Thanks in advance
35mm Pictures Contaflex Frame 22-Edit.jpg by drgoose68, on Flickr