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    My first color film negative has been developed, but...

    WOW, i can't be sure if it is the film or the scanning, sorry to bring this topic here, but i had to scan and see the result, as i didn't ask the lab to print my film, so here is one frame of the roll after scanning


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    Hello. At a first glance I would guess it is a processing problem. Try a new lab if possible.
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    hmmmmmmmm, thanks
    In the chatting room here, i found that it may be the heat as well, as i remember i forgot the film inside the camera in heat [in the car] and i didn't shoot immediately after i loaded the film, and i also not sure i stored the film after i unloaded from the camera in cold place, so i can't be sure if it is the heat or the lab processing or could be both

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    Here is one more shot


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    What film format and what camera was this made with? It could be a processing problem or excessive heat or if you were shooting 220 or sheet film it looks like it could be film that was loaded backward, shot through the base, and the colors and exposure corrected as close to normal as you could get.
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    Quote Originally Posted by David A. Goldfarb View Post
    What film format and what camera was this made with? It could be a processing problem or excessive heat or if you were shooting 220 or sheet film it looks like it could be film that was loaded backward, shot through the base, and the colors and exposure corrected as close to normal as you could get.
    The camera is: Mamiya RZ67 Pro II
    The lens is: 180mm [not sure which model, is it important?]
    The film is: Kodak Porta 400NC 120 format

    I scanned using V-750, but the roll itself look like it is not good processed, so i will check with the lab and see what's wrong, but i will check with my friend who shoot with film and see how his rolls are developed or processed.



 

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