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    Backwards film for sure...double exposures can lead to happy accidents
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    Double exposures aint bad.


    Quote Originally Posted by StevoG View Post
    I just realized tht I loaded my film with the backing paper facing the wrong way into my RB67. What would be the best way to get itloaded correctly?
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    How did you realise this, btw?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Alan Klein View Post
    Ok. Quick quiz. Which is worse? Loading the film backwards? Or double exposing the whole roll?
    Not realizing you have to run the film into the right side spool on a 35mm your first time...oh that wasn't a choice? Yup I shamefully admit to that but to my defense I tend to pick up things with no outside help and teach myself....When I got my first 120 camera I kept saying to myself "Don't screw this up or the developer is going to think your an idiot!" when I got the roll back unscathed I was so happy!

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    Quote Originally Posted by analoguey View Post
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    Double exposures aint bad.




    How did you realise this, btw?
    You should detect it when you thread the take up spool and wind on to the start matkers - the wrong side is out.

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    The impression I get is that, the OP has detected after closing the film back.
    With most good quality re expensive side films, it's pretty clear, shanghai makes you insert roll upside down for film to come out right.

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