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    Edges are darker, and uniformly so in all reels.

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    Sorry folks, print edges are darker, not the negative-disregard prior post.

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    Quote Originally Posted by trhull View Post
    Sorry folks, print edges are darker, not the negative-disregard prior post.
    That is the opposite of the problem I had. I experienced greater density at the edges of the film presumably caused by more movement of the developer around the film reel. This resulted in lighter edges in the print, requiring burning in.


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