Quote Originally Posted by johnielvis View Post
wow--many things can do that...insufficient clearing can do that--the dichromate will leave a cast to the film that will not go away--if you are using dichromate bleach, then that is first culprit--try more rinse/clearing before reexposure

also perhaps not entirely getting rid of the antihalation in the first developer before bleaching---that stuff reacts with bleach and leaves a cast to the back of the film.

yhe sepia may also be due to fog..it's the color of the very thin layer of silver that didn't get developed in the first developer-but DID get developed in the second developer. Or the developer left a cast to the film (or both)...

try a different second developer and see what the results are is best suggestion...
Thanks johnielvis,

That's very helpful