First time ever - I mixed my fixer wrong.
Do you know what you get when you develop your film in not enough fixer?
Negatives that look like they have been dipped in milk.
As I've said, I've not yet experienced this before. I know, I know. You are asking why didn't I
simply read the instructions on my fixer bottle's inner label? Well, my vision is challenged and
I cannot read (nor can many other "unchallenged" visionaries) the tiny print on those stickers.
I looked up how much fix to put together but got on some weird website that told the wrong
measurements and, well, here was my result.
My images were not completely LOST from this one roll, however. I was able to save one that was pretty alright. I'll post the negative with the bleeding the lack of fix left on each negative and then also the cropped, processed image.
I think this is an interesting look. Ultimately, I might try to do a series with a less-that-totally-fixed film aspect -- could be interesting.
Mixing new fix. :-)
Once in awhile, well, BAM!