Single frame of Konica Infrared exposure with negative edges. Some film has a tendency to fog up on the base (Konica is a good example) and gives very dense base values. Normally the negative would be on its side. I used this negative because it shows the detail of the shape that the film back leaves on the negative. The Hasselblad cutmarks are instantly recognizable to anyone who has ever worked with old medium format film gear.
I scanned this from one of my old negatives from the 90s and knocked the image out.
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