Well I find it hard to believe that my Nikon FE with it's centre weighted average light metre could get less accurate photos than my Holga. So my question to you is what did I do wrong? Below is an example of 2 negatives. One shot with the Holga and was part of my first development which I posted here. The second I developed last night. The first problem is that it is the same film, why then do the 35mm negatives look pink? Now 3/4 of the fixing solution has only been used once and stored in an airtight container since, I believe that this solution can be reused several times. The fixing time in this case was 5 minutes. But I did a test that Helen recommended by fixing part of a blank negative for a long time, and then fixing the entire negative and timing it the time it takes for them to reach the same colour. Well that was around 3min, so I doubled the time to 6 minutes as recommended in the thread. So what was done differently between the two: - Development was now done I believe for 15 seconds not enough, but it was done at the correct temperature and compensated for using the guide on the Kodak Website. 5.5min (probably 5.2 in reality) at 21 degrees. Instead of my last 5 minutes at 23 degrees - Fixed for 6 minutes instead of 5. The result: Look at the outside pictures I believe they were both correctly exposed on each camera. Why are my negatives pink, and why is the density of my negatives low? Note that the dynamic range is there, just the contrast is very high. Can anyone aid me in my diagnostic so I can take it into account next time? Also if my negatives are under-fixed, how do I prevent possible fading.