|Looks like The Brother's torso has been speared by a light sabre - but he survived.|
By the third frame the light leak was almost gone:
|View coming back from the Rue Lighthouse, towards Church Bay.|
Perhaps I need a better system for me film cassettes. For 35mm I tend to buy 30m at a time and load me own. I like doing that, since it's easy to have a roll with just 10 shots in it if I want to try something different exposure-wise or processing-wise. Usually I load about 25 shots per film, which seems to suit the way I shoot OK. It means the film isn't lying in the camera too long, I've a good relationship with a local high-street photo outlet who keep me any film cassettes they get in - not many, it has to be said, but enough for me. Thing is, I tend to just re-use them without any care or thought about how many times it is safe to do so. Perhaps the felt light trap in this particular cassette is toast - that might well explain why I've got the light leaks above. I'll have to devise a system...like put a mark on the cassette when I load it and then throw them away after say, 3 re-uses?