Developing these negatives was a little stressful as I had several complications throughout the process. My first was realising that the room was not light tight and the sun was round our side of the building. Luckily, this did not ruin the film in any way and was one of the better rolls that came out of development. The last roll of film I developed was that of the stairs in the dark room. This came out much like the film I developed from the third photography assignment in Ottawa, where the background was so dark it came out almost clear in the negative (this indicates that no, or minimal light has hit the film which in turn will create a dark print). This showed me that I was correctly using the light meter, camera and set up in the AV room, providing further confidence for photography in the future.