> When you shoot film, you use a fresh piece of film for every exposure. While a speck may get to the film’s surface once in a while, it is usually not enough to be noticed....

I've recently experienced a similar situation in reverse. Something got lodged near the path of the film inside my camera, and there was a scratch extending half-way across my roll of film. It was fixed when I had the camera cleaned (and perhaps I should've done it earlier) buy there's no way to find that out until film is developed. Then of course, one doesn't wait for the roll to be developed before popping in a new one, so I ended up with quite a few shots ruined (and having paid to have them processed)
#1 David Barts on 2006-01-06 14:02
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