Prints partially underexposed

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  1. aprillove20

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    Hello... I have a Meopta opemus 6 enlarger with an El-Nikkor 50mm f2.8. The problem is that in all my photos, the right side is quite underexposed, not only the photo, but the film frame too. I can't figure out what's the cause?
     
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    Garbz No longer a newbie, moving up!

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    Definitely the wrong subforum. We have a subforum dedicated for darkroom work.
     
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    Were you using flash?
    If so, you may have exceeded the max sync speed of the camera. That will typically cause a portion of the frame to be underexposed (or completely dark).
     
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    Need more info. What camera? Can you post a scan of a negative?
     

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