Not the world's best shot, I know, but it's not the shot itself that cornfuses me. This is Fortepan 100 in 120 size. Shot at 100 with my ETRS. This was souped in Diafine and fixed with Kodak fixer. The sky looks flat in the negative and under the loupe, but once I scanned it, it comes out like this: The sky, if I remember, was like any other Nebraska fall day: completely clear. What gives? :scratch: Granted, I haven't tried enlarging this one yet since I don't really want to waste the paper! Oh, and if this belongs in the darkroom forum, please move as needed.