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re: filmscanners: Vuescan blue anomaly

I cannot say I do use PS "Auto Levels" often.  Will go off and try it quickly 
to see.  On the last couple of photos that I adjusted the white point up .05 
for the blue component, auto levels in Photoshop doesn't work out too well.  
Makes the colors even more off, took the blue out though!


 >>  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.

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