Quote Originally Posted by Thomas Bertilsson View Post
I got what I thought was a nice print, on a piece of 8x10 Ilford paper. Fixed it, toned it, dried it, flattened it, and scanned it. Lo and behold - Newton's Rings in the upper left hand corner. That had never happened to me before, and now I wonder how I'm going to print this nice negative without having issues...
Example attached.
Can you see the Newton Rings already on the photographic print or is it at first on the scanned result ? In that case it could possibly be Newton Rings from the contact between the print and the scanner glass. I know it sounds improbable as the print surface seldom is flat enough unless you ferrotype the print or use glossy RC-paper. It can be worth looking into.