what film was it? maybe is a film emulsion defect? Efke/Adox and Foma were (are) quite prone to these problems Shannon Stoney <shannonstoney@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote: I tried that, but they're still there. I think it affected the emulsion somehow while the emulsion was wet. --shannon On Nov 30, 2007, at 8:16 AM, Justin F. Knotzke wrote: > > > On 30/11/2007, Shannon Stoney wrote: >> I have some bad drips on some of my roll film that I processed >> recently. I was shooting out in west texas where the sky is very >> pristine so the drips are very obvious. I think it might have >> something to do with the Photo flo. Like, maybe it was old or I >> didn't >> dilute it right or something. The reason I suspect the photo flo is >> that the drips run lengthwise on the film, not crossways, which would >> suggest a problem with pouring in the developer, or the stop or >> something. > > For the drips, can't you just rewet them again ? > > J > > -- > Justin F. Knotzke > jknotzke@xxxxxxxxxx > http://www.shampoo.ca --------------------------------- Be a better pen pal. Text or chat with friends inside Yahoo! Mail. See how.