I believe that is true to some extent, but I think the
variations among negative films, especially the orange mask, would be
greater than with positive images, hence needing that special treatment
As a matter of fact, the discussion tonight on this subject opened my
eyes. I'd been using Generic color negative for Fuji Super HQ 200
negative color film. When I found that special profile, I used it, and
noticed an immediate reduction in the needed adjustments in Photoshop. I
wish I'd found the treasure trove before.
At 12:44 AM 10/28/2001, you wrote:
----- Original Message -----
From: "Maris V. Lidaka, Sr."
Sent: Sunday, October 28, 2001 6:01 AM
Subject: Re: filmscanners: Question about Vuescan
> It's not auto-detect, but it has 16 (more than a "few")
Kodak film types,
and each film type has settings under it for different speed film, etc.
the bottom box.
Actually, i think, Ken was referring to slide films... he's right on
score... There's just an option for Kodak and Generic and under Kodak
Ektachrome, Kodachrome, Reversal and RPC Copy Film.
Given the heavy slant towards the negative films, in terms of
makes one wonder if VueScan isn't primarily aimed at negative film
rather than positive film?
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