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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
Those would be just as transparent to IR as the real image...
email@example.com (Rob Geraghty) wrote:
> "Jim Snyder" <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> > It was probably still dust. A lack of cleanliness in a photolab is
> > for an image. Occassionally, you can resoak the negtive/slide in a
> > 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*
> I've never seen that before. So I'll have to try scanning it again and
> if it was a temporary aberration with Vuescan.