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Re: filmscanners: Hazy bleed in hi contrast blacks on LS2000



Art

Thanks for your comments. I am rescanning the slide today to see whether the
problem is the same or has changed with time. It is possible that it is
blooming from slightly higher than average exposure. However, the slides do
not look underexposed - just a little dense and saturated. I guess it could b
a function of a problem with the original processing (maybe leaving a
slightly milky base?).

We do not have any smoke in this room - it is a no smoking environment and
while not a cleanroom it is a realtively clean office. I think condensation
is unlikely because it had not been moved and there was no chance of any
steam.

I will let you know when we have done the new scan of it. I am reluctant to
send for cleaning when the fault may not be dirt!! Probably find it is down
to my photography!! Thanks again for all comments.

Regards,
Chris


Chris Parks
Image Quest 3-D
The Moos
Poffley End
Witney
Oxon
OX8 5UW
England
Tel: +44 (0)1993 704050
Fax: +44 (0)1993 779203
Web: www.imagequest3d.com


 




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