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33 mm camera photos develop with pinkish green overtone

Why do our photographs develop with a pink overtone?

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  • GoneToPlaid May 11, 2010

    Were you shooting indoors under fluorescent lighting? Or perhaps the film in the camera got really hot? One other possibility is that the foam light seals in the grooves and along some edges of the camera's film back may have deteriorated over time.

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Your film may have gotten hot or has passed the expiration date. If the tint is splotchy, there could be a light leak, either in the camera or the film cassette after you take it out of the camera. If all your photos were taken indoors under incandescent light, they will also be tinted reddish.

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