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RE: filmscanners: Washed out sky/Vuescan

HI, Martin!

I"d try it with all the auto settings first.  I use what amounts to a
default configuration of Vuescan with my Scan Multi II and it works great on
all reasonably well exposed images, both positive and negative, color and

Oh, yes, I do this on a PC, but Ed Hamrick seems to know what he's doing, so
I think it should work right on a Mac as well.

I have some grossly underexposed slides that have required some tweaking,
but try the defaults first to get the hang of Vuescan.  That's my advise!

Hope this helps!

Guy Clark

-----Original Message-----
From: Barbara & Martin Greene [mailto:martbarb@earthlink.net]
Sent: Thursday, September 20, 2001 8:40 AM
To: filmscanners@halftone.co.uk
Subject: filmscanners: Washed out sky/Vuescan

I have a trial version that I'm using with a just purchased Sprintscan
4000,and want to be sure I can get the results I want before I buy it.  I
find the instructions very confusing.  My difficulty is that the colors seem
somewhat washed out, especially blue sky.  I'm using a Mac and scanning
slides.   I'm not sure what my color settings should be, but I've set it on:

White Balance
Auto Blackpoint on
Black Point 0
White Point 0.5
Color Space Adobe RGB
Gamma 1.8
Image Brightness 1
I've tried it both with and without Auto Mask

Would appreciate suggestions



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