Recently I have been developing B/W film. It was thirteen dollars to order these clips online. So I decided to make my own. These are to prevent the negatives from curling and having water marks, they are for use after washing with wetting agent.
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Step 1: Materials
Paper clips or wire.
A weight, I used a roll of electrical tape.
Wire cutters and scissors.
Film that needs drying.
Step 2: Construct!
Bend the paper clips as shown in the picture.
Step 3: Now Hang
I cut and round the corners at the end of the film to make loading onto the reel easier. Hook on both ends attach weight and clip. Hang, I would suggest hanging it in the shower cause it is almost dust-free. Thanks for viewing and vote for one of my instructables in the analog photography challenge. I will try to publish a whole instructable on developing film from start to finish.