Just a little question I have often wondered about here. I've recently bought a Plustek 8200i SE negative/slide scanner and have been scanning my old negatives and slides with it. My first photos were taken in 1977 with my dads Zenith-E but in 1978 I got a Praktica LTL3 which gave much better results allowing for my shit skills as a photographer. I used to get them developed at either Dixons or Saxons except for slides which I shot on AGFA CT18 film which was then processed by AGFA. Now here's the thing; my slides all have perfect colour whichever camera they were taken on , but about half the prints have a colour cast ranging from light pink to red , however the negatives usually don't have this problem. From about 1980 onwards the colour of both prints and negatives is very good with no pinkish tint at all. So were either Saxons or Dixons just really bad at developing prints or is there another reason ?