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[filmscanners] Re: Grain aliasing


  • To: lexa@www.lexa.ru
  • Subject: [filmscanners] Re: Grain aliasing
  • From: "Isidoro Orabona" <isiora02@hotmail.com>
  • Date: Wed, 26 Jun 2002 16:10:30 +0200
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Hi Ed,

Kodak and Fuji both have negative films optimized for scanning too (Kodak
Supra 100 and Fuji Press 400). I shot and scanned a large variety of
negative films (before passing definitively to slides :-) and I noted that
those films effectively show lesser grain aliasing then others. This is only
my opinion, I haven't any data to prove it.

Regards,
Isidoro


>From: "Ed Renenger" <edrenenger@earthlink.net>
>Reply-To: filmscanners@halftone.co.uk
>To: isiora02@hotmail.com
>Subject: [filmscanners] Grain aliasing
>Date: Wed, 26 Jun 2002 08:36:55 -0400
>
>I have recently purchased an Acer ScanWit 2740S to handle my film scanning
>needs and have been using it with VueScan (which I love).
>
>When scanning slides (Ektachrome 135-200) the results have been superb;
>both
>for printing (Canon s9000) and web use.  My problem has been with
>negatives.
>
>Since I acquired the scanner, I have been scanning older negatives.  These
>negatives were shot on a wide variety of film (generic, Kodak gold 400,
>gold
>200, and others) and developed as cheaply as possible.  Now that I have
>learned more about photography I intend never to use generic film and
>intend
>to develop the film at a professional lab.  As such, I wanted to get your
>recommendations on which film has shown the least grain aliasing when
>scanned on a 2700dpi scanner (if the dpi matters).
>
>I have noticed that slower speed films show less grain aliasing, so I
>assume
>I should shoot 100 or slower.  Is that accurate?
>
>Purchasing the correct film should solve my problem going forward, but do
>you have any recommendations on how to deal with the negatives I already
>have?  I would like to get these pictures scanned in as best as possible.
>
>I know these are rookie questions, but if I don't ask, I'll never learn.
>
>Thanks in advance.
>
>Ed Renenger
>
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