• Oh, many times in the "old" days of film: half a frame at the end of the roll, underexposed/overexposed because of wrong film speed and the dreaded "roll that lasts forever" because it wasn't winding properly between shots. The second one could sometimes be salvaged by using special photo paper in the darkroom. I haven't used film since the middle of the past decade.
  • Not major yet many a good photo when my eyes happen to close for it.

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