whazzup on my negative YO!! problem solved!!

Discussion in 'Darkroom Developing and Printing' started by Stefano Bramato, Sep 7, 2004.

  1. YO!
    Posts ago I was talking about this problem happened on my negatives:

    www.bramatobros.com/pictures/post20082004/

    YO!
    As the NGers suggested I retryed to develop a batch of five rolls
    120... Yeah I found the problem.

    Not the developer: it works quite good also after five usages in
    batch
    Not the photoflo reacting with developer.
    Not in the fixer in itself: fresh and well diluted works fine

    The problem it is in *my distraction*:
    usually when I fix I'm gentle agitating the tank at the beginning to
    start a good fix. Then I open the tanks after five minutes and I
    continue to fix with inspection.

    I don't know why but for some distraction I was agitating, as
    developing, the tank full of fixer. So it produced some foam that is
    not disappeared as the tank is not open...

    This evening i will not agitated at all as my usual... and the
    problem is not appeared..

    Well d'you think I was an idiot? Where was my mind when fixing and
    agitating??
    :D

    Ciao and thanks for help and suggestions!
     
    Stefano Bramato, Sep 7, 2004
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  2. Stefano Bramato

    John McGraw Guest

    Hi Stefano
    I don't remember fixer foaming. In fact, I think it shouldn't foam. I
    think it's excessive PhotoFlo carry over from previous processing.
    Also isn't 5 min. a long time for fixing film? And no, you are not an
    idiot. Someone wrote the photography is posessed by demons just
    waiting to trap unexpecting photographers.

    Best wishes, John
     
    John McGraw, Sep 7, 2004
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  3. Hi Stefano

    Thanks alot for your words!!


    Stefano
     
    Stefano Bramato, Sep 8, 2004
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