Quote Originally Posted by Terry Christian View Post
It wouldn't be a result of your developing.

Hold those negatives up to the light. Does each frame stop short of the sprocket holes, or are the frames so off-center that the sprockets are being intruded upon? Your negatives look as if the film is being loaded so off-center into the camera that it's not aligning correctly and making some of the image "overflow" to the sprockets. If so, check the alignment of the film gate in the camera and whether those film gates aren't bent somehow.
I don't think there are film gates... haha, it's just an open hole, I guess it's just the camera haha