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    I've developed two rolls of HP5+ today, and everything worked out well, except from one spiral being too old, thus... chewing film! Oh well, since the negs turned out fine and i've only lost three exposures of one film, i won't whine.

    So, since i follow the same procedure every time, and everything works well, i think that the Tri-X negatives turned out overdeveloped at the lower 1/3 of each exposure because of that water tub accident. It's the only difference in that development, so i guess that it was the problem. Just in case anybody was wondering!

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    Did you have enough developer in the tank to fully cover the film? Maybe the lighter density was really at the top and the darker density at the bottom?

    I see this a lot at school where students are not very careful about measing or when they let the developer drip from the stainless steel and they loose a good portion of the developer.

    Just a thought

    Mike

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    i made sure that i used the right amount of developer so the whole spiral was covered.
    Yes, i'm sure i did have enough developer in, Mike...
    Thank you though, for trying to help!


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