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

Could it be dust before the film was processed, leaving chemical spots on 
the film?

Those would be just as transparent to IR as the real image...

harper@wordweb.com (Rob Geraghty) wrote:

> "Jim Snyder" <jimsnyder@insight.rr.com> wrote:
> > 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.
> I'll stick with spotting in PSP. :)
> FWIW the IR channel in the raw file appears to be blank - *utterly* 
> blank.
> I've never seen that before.  So I'll have to try scanning it again and 
> see
> if it was a temporary aberration with Vuescan.
> Rob


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