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  1. TBaraki

    TBaraki TPF Noob!

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    I got this back from the lab today and am quite confused as to what I did wrong.

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    Does anyone have any insight? I'd like to make sure I don't do this anymore.
     
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    looks to me that either a) you took the picture through a window and got some reflection, or b) it's a double exposure. Maybe the flm only progressed 1/3 to the next spot......or it's just an all out double exposure.
     
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    I would have to blame it on that malt liquor.
     
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    Main thing I see is you walked away from an almost full Corona...
     
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    DestinDave Master of Non Sequitur

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    :lmao::lmao: Sorry... had to...

    Is there any chance the lab did it when they were processing? That is really unusual. Was this frame at the beginning/end of the roll or somewhere in between?
     
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    Exactly. Next time try it with the Corona in one hand, and the cable release in the other.
     
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    :lmao: :lol:

    It is a possibility. There is one other frame with a similar mark on it. I'll post that in a second. They were smack dab in the middle of the roll, for whatever that's worth.
     
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    Here is the other photo with a white mark on it. This one seems less likely to be a double exposure to me.

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    this one looks like a double possibly also...like a persons head with light behind it....almost
     
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    what film and gear were u using?
     
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    I was using my Pentax P3n with the 50mm and shooting Superia 100.
     

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