multiple exposures results

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    den9 TPF Noob!

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    these were 3 or 5 exposures per frame (film) but i forgot to compensate my exposure. my question is how come this one came out super grainy compared to the other?

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    the sky looks perfect on the 2nd one, its out of focus and the mysterious grain. shot with 160iso


     
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    anyone? take a guess?
     
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    No guess but I recognise Orion in the first image.

    What film?

    In #2 you also have some dark spots, horizontal banding and I was just wondering if all that is present in the negative, or if they are artifacts from a scanner.
     
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    damn good eye on orion

    is the banding the little strip you see above the trees on the 2nd photo? i havent look at the negative, i had these done at a lab.

    i was using fuji pro 160, few months expired.
     
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    Done at a lab blame the lab. Look at the frame. Is one brighter than the other? I know labs will typically brighten frames for you if they are too thin on the negatives, that always introduces noise.
     

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