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inetjoker says:

I forgot what film was in the camera and over exposed it a few stops. Slide film in 120

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Originally posted at 4:23PM, 29 July 2010 PDT (permalink)
inetjoker edited this topic 98 months ago.

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UAE_Professional says:

You can still save some details if you want, i did that with B&W but with scanner software i managed to recover the details back.
98 months ago (permalink)

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inetjoker says:

But I like this screw up. :)
96 months ago (permalink)

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pushmi-pullyu says:

Accidentally exposed a few shots of 200 film at 64. Still looked OK.
96 months ago (permalink)

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Rob MacNaughton says:

My first attempt at a night shot went wrong... i still quite like it though

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91 months ago (permalink)

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emily.eaton says:

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88 months ago (permalink)

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emily.eaton says:

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88 months ago (permalink)

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inetjoker says:

LOL I think I could start my own room on this and just put my own stuff in it..... Thing is Digital people delete it we keep it.
88 months ago (permalink)

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Johnny Martyr says:

good topic and cool shot inetjoker, mistakes in exposure always just serve as reminders to me how much latitude print film has and i've been able to learn about pushing and pulling from this.

here's shot i took last year and processed recently. it was taken with my first nikkormat (which has proven to be a very inspiring camera for me) before i'd refoamed it. i think the light leak really turned the image into something a little more than a portait thanks to its size and position in the frame. i scanned the negative with a bit of sprocket showing to make the leak look a little more deliberate.

DevonNikkormatLightleak
88 months ago (permalink)

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itmelo says:

Accident during film development. Tank cover was not fully clamped, spilled developer all over the place, light leaks and weird developer stains on the film, etc... a bloody mess. But in the end I actually liked some of the results, like this one.


84 months ago (permalink)

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Blia100 says:

Bridge Over Cold Water

This is my favorite screw up. I loaded the camera with TMAX 400, but I thought I grabbed Polypan F 50... Here's a classic example of WHY you should always make sure you double check what camera has what loaded. I loaded 3 cameras that morning with P50, and two others with TMY400.. My Zenit of course, was loaded with TMY400..
So this was a serious pull... but what a pull! WOW! This is a straight scan, and I didn't have to adjust anything in CS5.. no levels, nothing. Hell, I managed to clean off the glass and film enough to clean off the dust for the scan too!
81 months ago (permalink)

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RTsan says:

Outdate, heat exposed film left accidently in a box in a hot room. SHot and processed in India -- poorly (the slide rolls were destroyed: my only visit to London!):

Life and Death
71 months ago (permalink)

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Hachi Gatsu says:

Film got stuck together while rolling it up (cheap no-name stainless steel roll). The rest of it looked alright but this an another frame still had emulsion on it at the end of it all. Went ahead and scanned anyway to see what I would get.

PentaxAcros018
58 months ago (permalink)

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