The Ominous Black Stripe

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    Could have been the processing people's fault, or could've been the film accidentally exposed to light. I don't know. As for how crooked it is, that's my problem. I scanned it in apparently crooked.
     
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    It's still an adorable picture!!!:lovey:
     
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    I love it....the cat's going "OMG....What does it want?"
     
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    that's what i thought too. :thumbup:

    oh, and NEVER fully trust the local lab. they even manage to screw up digital prints ;)
     
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    "The Stripe" has already got it's tail! :lol:
     
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    looks to me like an incompletely advanced film. I have this problem ocasionally if my finger slips off the film advance when i'm photographing. If it's wound enough to lock the advance lever into a new position, but not enough to fully advance a frame I get a photo like the one above. CHeck the negatives.
     

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