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    Reflections from the paper guides in an easel, if the paper stock is single weight and the easel baseboard is not yellow or black...? I don't know, but thought I'd mention, you never know.

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    Quote Originally Posted by davido View Post
    Randy, This print is from a large format type 55 polaroid negative. So, it's not scratch marks from the movement of the film. Plus, these are completely symmetrical lines.

    I didn't know that from what you first said but, yes, that would eliminate camera problems.

    You might be right. It could be a problem with the paper or in processing/handling the paper.

    Has the negative been checked for damage?

    I agree with the idea of turning the paper and/or the negative at to another angle as a good process of elimination.
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    if the rollers in a dry-to-dry print ( like an extamatic / xray ) processor are dirty, they can make lines across the print just like you describe ... the same way dirty rollers in a polo back can make lines on a sheet of film ..

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