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Re: filmscanners: negative and skin tones
All this discussion of skin tones, etc., only underlines my contention
that the best way to get calibrated for color and stay there is to get a
shot of a black/18%gray/white card under the same light conditions your
subject and set your points to that....
> why not handle it the way you did when shooting black and white film?
> why not
> revert to filters to lighten the skin tones, rather than trying to
> them later with photoshop?