I see what you mean. At first, I thought it was the edge of a backlit cloud, but I looked at the negative with an 8x Loupe and it appears to be photo flo residue. Any tips for preventing this in the future? I think I wiped negatives with my index and long fingers as I was removing the negative from the tank with wetting agent. I've seen pros and cons regarding using a squeegee on the negatives. Thanks, and BTW, your recent Sturgeon Bay gallery photograph is fantastic!

Kent


Quote Originally Posted by Thomas Bertilsson View Post
I would like to suggest to be more careful with your final rinse and wetting agent. The top right corner has some residue in it that should not be there. It is very difficult to judge the quality of a negative based on a scan, but it looks as though you have decent shadow detail, but a few blocked up highlights suggesting you may have developed a little bit too long.

Have fun with your camera! The M7 is a really great camera system.