Hi Pip,
I'm always very carful with the first developer and colour developer but yes it 
could well be possible contamination. I was told however that if the first 
developer got mixed somehow with the colour developer that you would not get 
images at all? Is this not the case? What other effects are possible with cross 
contamination of the first and colour developer as thats quite interesting. 
Kind RegardsKevin

Date: Tue, 14 Feb 2012 18:21:21 +0100
To: frameworks@jonasmekasfilms.com
From: framewo...@re-voir.com
Subject: Re: [Frameworks] E-6 Imperfections




Re: [Frameworks] E-6
Imperfections
If the brown is transparent, it is not the opaque brown you get
when the film touches itself.
Is there any chance the color developer was contaminated by the
first developer? This can ruin the process. The best remedy would be
to mix all fresh chemistry.
-Pip






At 17:17 +0000 14/02/12, Kevin Timmins wrote:

So the problem... Ok now the films have come out great
overall but in parts there seems to be this light browny kind of layer
that fluidly move across the image, in parts it's centralized and in
others it's on the edges. Like I say overall the images are
clearly visible and sharp without much grain but there just seems to
me this brown mask that intermittently comes and goes. It's present on
both films I developed. Any ideas?



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