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Re: filmscanners: fogged film



Norman,

Do not waste your time with Farmers Reducer - it works on silver.  Silver in
processed color negatives is removed during the bleach and fixer step of the
color development process.

I hope that this information is useful to you.

Gene


Norman Quinn wrote:

> I think that Vuescan will obtain the maximum information available
> > from the admittedly foggy and dense film - it's design will do that.
> You
> > may have to adjust the gamma and brightness settings to do so, or even by
> > adjusting the black point setting (after unchecking the "Auto black point"
> > box on the Color tab).
>
> It is Kodak Max 800 film - what settings would you suggest for Vuescan?.
> While Farmers Reducer may work, I idea of a 3 hr drive to Kingston, Jamaica
> to drive around there looking for the chemical seems like the least
> preferred option.
>
> Norman Quinn
> Discovery Bay Marine Laboratory
> PO Box 35
> Discovery Bay, St. Ann
> Jamaica
>
> 876 973 2241 phone
> 876 973 3091




 




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