Hey, I've been shooting some exposures with my Minolta SRT-101, on agfa ISO400 film, then I develop it in my basement with d-76, and then the other day for the first time I scanned them with a HP ScanJet 7400 they look like crap. But I don't know where the problem lies. I've shot some color film through before and had it developed at a store, and the prints came back pretty nice. But there is a possibility that the 30+ year old meter battery is dying and throwing off exposure. I could be underdeveloping it, but I'm following instructions, and when I look at the negatives, they look decently sharp, dense, but I could be wrong. Would a film scanner make a little difference, or a big difference? any hints on finding the problem? I'll put up a raw scan of one of the images in just a sec. Thanks, Sean http://www.msu.edu/~hatchsea/intersection.jpg ps: they all seem to look like this, none of them seem to appear underexposed.