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    PE's remarks are quite correct for processing errors, but outdated or poorly stored film can also cause these problems. If your film is fresh, then it is no doubt the processing.

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    thanks PE. I hope the books I ordered will arrive soon.

    That means if the Kodak pdf speak to example about increased red color, it means that on the print that it will be blueish? That it means the opposite color?

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    My Film is usable till 07/2012.
    I was lucy and could buy 1500 Rolls Kodak ISO 400 for only $300 !!!

    They are now stored in my freezer.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Color Photographer View Post
    thanks PE. I hope the books I ordered will arrive soon.

    That means if the Kodak pdf speak to example about increased red color, it means that on the print that it will be blueish? That it means the opposite color?
    The Kodak web site specifies whether it is film density or print density. In the case of control strips plotted with deviations, it is almost always film density.

    And, the variations you introduced are quite a bit beyond what Kodak data covers. So, don't be surprised if you do not find the answer there.

    PE

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    sure it is beyond suggestion but still useful hints

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    Quote Originally Posted by Color Photographer View Post
    That means if the Kodak pdf speak to example about increased red color, it means that on the print that it will be blueish? That it means the opposite color?
    See post #20 about colors and their opposites.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Color Photographer View Post
    My Intention is to get my own negatives, with my own saturation and color density.
    I have no idea what you mean by "my own saturation and color density." If you mean a saturation and density different from what would be obtained by normal C-41 processing then your chance of getting anything useful is rather slim. Color processing is much more complicated and demanding than B&W processing. Unless you have an understanding of chemistry I would not recommend mixing your own color chemistry.
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