So I was shooting a roll of Ilford HP5 earlier this year, for some reason (don’t ask, I really don’t remember, obviously it wasn’t a good reason) I had to rewind and take the roll out of the camera after having shot only 10 frames.
As expected, the partially exposed roll got mixed up with a new, completely unexposed one.
Is it having each roll start from the eleventh frame the only practical solution?
Silly me, I was automatically thinking on putting both rolls in the same tank (after having both of them exposed) and develop them at once, but yes, I can expose/process on a one by one basis and there’s a 50% chance that I start with the right one.
Usually I wouldn’t mind that much but film is expensive these days.
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