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The  shot below is a blow up of the boats picture. It was originally a photo taken long ago with a 35mm Sears camera..  What causes all the squiggly patterns that make up the background I am trying to get the pattern out of the clouds and the white specks from the dark wall . Thanks in advanced

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Looks like an emulsion problem compounded with compression and the white specks look like gravel in concrete.


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18 hours ago, Old Bruce said:

Looks like an emulsion problem

Yes, it could be reticulation caused when the emulsion expands and wrinkles. Ironically, in this recent post  was asking how he can get a reticulation effect into his images.

John


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