First pictures with my Ricoh kr-5

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  1. Nurd

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    And they didn't turn out well. Could you please tell me what happened to my pictures? Is there a light leak?

    1.) Yeah it was okay sometimes

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    2) Testing the lenses
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    3) Testing the flash
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    4) Then most of them turned out like this
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    5) and this
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    So yeah I would appreciate your input on whats wrong. I took these to a store to get developed. :(

    *shrugs*
     
  2. Ripnowell45

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    Im not too good at this stuff but I actually had that happen to a roll of film once and it was actually the way that they devoloped it... It was only a few of the pictures
     
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    Yeah the film has definitely got fogged somewhere. Difficult to tell if it's light leaking in the camera. Was it a new film? Could have been fogged at processing?
     
  4. Nurd

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    Yeah the film was pretty new. I have a billion other roles that I just bought also, so I'll check those out. If my film keeps ending up like this is it the camera?
     
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    where do you keep your film?
     

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