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filmscanners: Re: autolevels was re: filmscanners: Vuescan blue anomaly



Maris wrote:
> Sometimes you can't use anything - rather than using the
> eyedropper you just have to guestimate - trial and error -
> until the number for a near-white spot are near-white but
> not-quite-white numbers.

OK, let me rephrase the question slightly - isn't the intention of the black
and white point to define where the minimum and maximum brightness points
are?  If so, why is a point of sun reflection in a photograph not a good
point to use for the white point?  Because it's not representative of the
majority of the image?

Rob


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