Hi! I apologize if this has already been discussed- I couldn't find it anywhere. I recently had some rolls of 35mm black and white film printed at the cvs on my corner and was very upset to see they turned out almost sepia. Several looked okay to me but most of them looked brownish, and on some you could clearly see the red-brown in the light areas of the photo. I took them back but the photo technician said it was a problem with my film, not with their processing or printing. I'm not entirely sure I can believe her, but I don't know what to do. I took the pictures using my vintage Canon AE-1 SLR- it's not in the best shape (I lost the lens cap a while back and haven't gotten it cleaned) and the color is always just slightly off, but I've used it enough to recognize how my film should turn out. I've never seen this before and haven't been able to find anything about it online. I took the pictures in Arizona and there is a possibility the film got too hot- I don't know what happens to film in high temperatures but I did my best to keep it cool. I also had the rolls with me on the plane, but I've never had a problem with the x-ray ruining my film before. So I was wondering if anyone has seen/heard of this before and can offer me an explanation. I don't want to spend the money on having them processed somewhere else if they may turn out the same, but if they are better the cvs photo technician told me I can get a refund there. Any advice? Thanks!