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RE: filmscanners: fogged film

  For black & white film that is very dense, there is something called
farmer's reducer that chemically washes some of the denseness from the film.
Assuming you have color negatives, you might want to investigate if such a
thing works for you too?  Maybe someone on the list knows?
Dave B.

Norman Quinn  wrote:
Apparently two rolls of color print film were either fogged by an xray
machine or poorly developed.
The entire roll film is very dense but there are images there.

Using a Nikon 2000 scanner or a HP Photo smart scanner and nikon and vuescan
software, what would be the best place to start to extract the images from
the film.

The images were shot underwater documenting coral diseases. I am not so
concerned about quality as the ability to see diseased coral. It is just too
hard to go reshoot.


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