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    Vaughan makes a good point, and maybe this is more an issue of mismatched contrast rather than mismatched density.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Vaughn View Post
    I dunno...looks like it was developed evenly, but not fixed evenly -- have you tried re-fixing the neg?

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    I second this idea. And I also think cropping it will help the image.

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    Just pretend it's a special effect you tried

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    Just pretend it's a special effect you tried
    That's just messed up. ;p
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    I thought I might have a ND filter, if it came in the black/white filter kit I bought a while ago, I'm not sure though. How would a camera filter help with a negative that I am trying to print anyway?

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    Ok, so do I re-wet the negative then put the entire negative in fixer and fix for the same amount of time as usual and do the same rinse as usual?

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    Yes, that's how you re-fix. Re-wet the neg for a few minutes, and then go through a fixing/washing sequence again.
    I have used a tray in the past to do it.
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    I re-fixed that roll and they came out wonderful, no discoloration on the negative at all. Thanks everyone!

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    Glad I guessed correctly -- it happens sometimes...

    Good luck in printing them! Vaughn
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