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Re: filmscanners: exposing C41 for scanning ( was gibberish header)

Tony wrote:

>Generally, if you are seeing green-blue speckle in shadows from colour neg 
>(look like CCD noise, but can't be - CCD noise in negs afflicts
>highlights, the densest part of the film, and manifests as >yellow/magenta 
>speckle), giving a little more neg exposure will reduce this dramatically, 
>as the overlapping dye clouds don't alias as badly.

Darned good advice, Tony. I've definitely seen this, and thought I'd 
misunderstood the whole process!! Unfortunately, I didn't have this 
information (or a scanner) 20 years ago. Still, I can avoid the problem in 
future with a click of a dial. :-)

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