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Re: filmscanners: Re: filmscanners: When is Provia 100F a poorfilm to scan...underwater :-7

on 7/12/01 10:48 PM, Gordon Tassi at gtassi@erols.com wrote:

> Rob:  I once had a roll with about 3 frames that looked like they were full of
> flyspecks.  I ran it through Vuescan to see if it would remove the "dust."  I
> wasn't dust.  It was in the emulsion, probably done in the devolempent
> process.
> I then used the "remove blemish" tool in Photo Suite 3 and it remedied the
> situation   My guess is that your problem is in the emulsion and is not dust.
It was probably still dust. A lack of cleanliness in a photolab is terminal
for an image. Occassionally, you can resoak the negtive/slide in a Photoflo
type solution and gently remove debris, but at high risk.

Jim Snyder


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