At 16:38 09-06-01 +0100, James Grove wrote:
>Er it shouldn`t at least it doesn't on mine (V3.1)
>[mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org] On Behalf Of AR Studio
>Just discovered with Nikon IV that ICE (normal setting, at least) will
>act as ROC (color restoration) if you have an image that has a
>dominating color, let's say a green forest or a field of yellow flowers.
>It will try to equalize the image so there's more than just than green,
>but also magentas etc. Otherwise, on multi-color images, ICE works as
>it's supposed to. Andrew + Helen
It doesn't literally do that on mine either but it does go haywire from
time to time. I've found that after processing several images NikonScan can
unexpectedly "lose its mind" and badly distort the colors. This only occurs
when post-processing is enabled. When that occurs I close both NS and
Photoshop and restart them and all is back to normal. I assume that it's a
bug of some kind. Just an hour ago one pre-scan displayed in monochromatic
lime green. After I restarted NS the colors appeared normal again.
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