Problem with photos


victorng

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May 10, 2016
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Hi all,

Would anyone here able to tell what's the problem that cause all this weird lines?

F1230037 by Victor Ng, on Flickr

F1230034 by Victor Ng, on Flickr


F1230029 by Victor Ng, on Flickr

F1230005 by Victor Ng, on Flickr

F1230019 by Victor Ng, on Flickr

It seems like those taken in indoor was better compared to outdoor.

I asked the local lab that processed the negative and the guy has no idea as well. This is his first time encountered such.

Could it be damage to the shutter? I am yet to check my camera since there's still a roll in it
 

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helmet0004

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Hi all,

Would anyone here able to tell what's the problem that cause all this weird lines?

https://flic.kr/p/21mgWXhF1230037 by Victor Ng, on Flickr

https://flic.kr/p/DioPkCF1230034 by Victor Ng, on Flickr

https://flic.kr/p/21opVguF1230029 by Victor Ng, on Flickr

https://flic.kr/p/21mgZL3F1230005 by Victor Ng, on Flickr

https://flic.kr/p/DioQ39F1230019 by Victor Ng, on Flickr

It seems like those taken in indoor was better compared to outdoor.

I asked the local lab that processed the negative and the guy has no idea as well. This is his first time encountered such.

Could it be damage to the shutter? I am yet to check my camera since there's still a roll in it
Hi victor, it look like light leak to me, that explain the indoor photo better than outdoor. Check the door foam on the back of your camera, especially the top areas.
 

victorng

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May 10, 2016
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Hi victor, it look like light leak to me, that explain the indoor photo better than outdoor. Check the door foam on the back of your camera, especially the top areas.
Thanks. Will need to quickly finish up the loaded film and check. Hopefully it's not big issue with the camera
 

shierwin

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Dec 29, 2008
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which camera body you are using?