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    Default Negatives fading

    As i had read from another post that slides will fade if not developed immediately.. So do negatives fade if exposed but not developed immediately too?

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    Default Re: Negatives fading

    Quote Originally Posted by o00001 View Post
    As i had read from another post that slides will fade if not developed immediately.. So do negatives fade if exposed but not developed immediately too?
    all processed film will fade, it is only matter of time,
    all unprocessed film will subject to fogging, if it is did not store properly.
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    Default Re: Negatives fading

    "...will fade if not developed immediately..."--- That's a myth. But negs do fade after development, after say 30 years, if not kept archivally.

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