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[filmscanners] Re: Grain aliasing



Yes.


The new Fuji Provia F series of films use what I would refer to as a
"soft edged" grain, which, in effect is "antialiased" to begin with.
This provides a softer transition and is similar to defocusing the grain
slightly.

Velvia, on the other hand, while slow and fine grained and great for
some applications, tends to have very highly saturated color and dense
shadows, and leads to both higher aliasing and more noise in shadows.

Art


HMSDOC@aol.com wrote:

> Interestingly, I seem to get a good deal of grain/aliaing with Velvia as
> opposed to ProviaF 100 or 400.  Has this been the experience of others as
> well?
>
> Howard
> HMSDOC@aol.com
>


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