How come my photo is like that?


ZerocoolAstra

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looks like light "leaking in" across the shutter... Probably the previous shot was taken long ago, and/or the camera was exposed to bright light between this shot and the previous one.

that's just my guess.
 

allenleonhart

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oo. x-300. i remember using tat a while ago:D
i'll reckon the seals are breakin down. usually its not significant when ur using a low speed film cause the film aint sensitive enough to detect the small changes.

perhaps u wanna post other photos and we can see to figure out? using the same film reel one.
 

kitaro9202

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oo. x-300. i remember using tat a while ago:D
i'll reckon the seals are breakin down. usually its not significant when ur using a low speed film cause the film aint sensitive enough to detect the small changes.

perhaps u wanna post other photos and we can see to figure out? using the same film reel one.
here another one
 

allenleonhart

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weird. i cant put my finger on to this. could it be lens problem? cause it seems like only when there is direct sunlight from sun u get the odd rays. seems counter intuitive to the case of lightseal problems cause ur other shots with lesser light (hence prolonged shutterspeed i assume) should result in a greater problem.

http://www.cam-spares.com/page4.htm this is a short piece on lightseals.
i may also suspect the person may had made errors while developing ur photo? not too sure. someone who used film longer n has darkroom tech pls correct me
 

allenleonhart

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oh yea. i used the same model as u and i didnt had the problems. cause i kept in a lot of silica gell ~~

did u do tat?
 

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