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Re: filmscanners: Sprintscan 120 and new negative proile scheme


  • To: filmscanners@halftone.co.uk
  • Subject: Re: filmscanners: Sprintscan 120 and new negative proile scheme
  • From: "Lynn Allen" <lynn_allen@angelfire.com>
  • Date: Mon, 11 Jun 2001 20:41:34 -0400
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Rafe wrote: 
>I've generally found those film-type "profiles" 
>(not the ICC kind, but the kind you find in some 
>film-scanner-drivers) to be useful, at best, 
>as starting points.  Interesting that NikonScan 
>(3.1, at least) doesn't have them at all, yet 
>does a pretty good job at inverting negatives 
>and coming up with useful, believable images 
>with different types of negative film.

I find that somewhat more than interesting. If Nikonscan has no profiles, how 
does it know where the startpoint is? This isn't meant to be disrespectful--I'm 
truly curious. It might answer some perplexing questions I've had for some 
time, now. 

Photoshop also has no film profiles, and also does a good job of inverting a 
negative image. Is it White Point, Balance, or what?

Best regards--LRA


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