>>I find with my scanwit all my scans with people in them, or actually all
>>my scans lately have way too much blue in the[m] period.
Alan, do you find this true after you aply "Auto Levels" in PS? That's the
first thing I do after a scan is loaded, whether from Vuescan or MiraPhoto
(Mira *really* needs it), before proceding with corrections. I find this
action often puts whatever color(s) might dominate back into proper
ralationship. If Auto Levels doesn't help, or makes it worse, I "undo" the
action, then procede.
>From: Alan Womack <firstname.lastname@example.org>
>To: "Majordomo leben.com" <Filmscanners@halftone.co.uk>
>Subject: re: filmscanners: Vuescan blue anomaly
>Date: Sun, 22 Jul 2001 15:40:45 -0700
>I noticed this with blue in shadows on 400 superia many versions ago, I
>will have to dig out the negs and see if the later versions have fixed it.
>I find with my scanwit all my scans with people in them, or actually all my
>scans lately have way too much blue in the period. I'm compensating with
>manually adjusting the white point blue setting to an additional .05 above
>what's there. Makes my scans way closer to what I adjust them too in PS.
> >> I too have had a problem that looks just like this.
> >> I have seen the 'blue highlights' phenomenon occur using Kodak
> >> Supra 400 & 100 negatives
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