So I posted this on another forum and never really got an answer, so I thought I'd see what folks here have to say. Last weekend I shot a couple rolls of Velvia 100 that I had pushed to 400 ISO. After developing the film, everything that should be solid black came out with this horrible green tint. I'm thinking that maybe the film was fogged before I shot it? I'd appreciate some input as to what you think went wrong. Here's what I know: 1) It wasn't a problem with my chemistry. I developed another roll after this that was shot at box speed and it came out fine. 2) Processed in Unicolor Rapid E-6 kit. First developer 11 minutes @ 105 f (Unicolor specifies 10.5 minutes for a two stop push, I added 30 seconds extra to account for 4% extra time to be added for each roll processed in the chemistry). 3) Expiration date of the film was 2017, but it had been freezer stored. 4) I don't remember where I bought it, I did buy some film on eBay a while back. Maybe it was fogged and the seller either didn't know or wasn't honest? It was suggested that I try re-blixing the film, which I tried but it had no affect one way or the other. I also shot a partial roll as a test strip under the same conditions and processed the same way. It came out just fine. Thoughts please?