Hello everyone, I am writing this post b/c I need some advice. I got back a roll of medium format black and white, slow speed 120 film back from the lab. They had process and scanned it. Here is an example of what they sent back: https://www.dropbox.com/s/3rpdmmbzcbh52b7/899573371.jpg Needless to say, I am flabbergasted. A little background: I have shot literally hundreds of rolls of film and kept them in my fridge to be developed later. In 2009, due to a family situation, the film where taken out of the fridge and stored in a storage unit. No climate control, just a plain old storage unit. Finally, now, I am able to get back to my old archive. This is one of the first rolls of 120 that I've had a chance to develop. I've also developed rolls of color 35mm film that, for the most part, looks perfectly fine (a little color distortion, but nothing like this). I now have the film sitting in ziplocks in the closet. I am terrified that the rest of the B&W 120 film will look like this image. Am I screwed? Is the film degrading? This is really sad. I spent years and a ton of money. This was my work and I didn't realize this outcome was possible. I thought the film wouldn't be pristine but at least manageable with some Photoshop work. Now I don't know what to do. Like I said, I have hundreds of rolls similar to the image posted, sitting waiting to be developed. Do I spend thousands of dollars having them developed just to receive back this garbage? Is there something the lab can do? Should I throw the film in the fridge now? Will it do any good? I am dumbstruck. This is really painful. Any advice is greatly appreciated. Thank you.