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[filmscanners] Re: Flattening negatives



If the negs are really bowed, speak to your lab.  They are using
incorrect drying technique.  Chances are they are using too hot a
temperature, or the drying is being done unevenly.

All force-dried negs tend to have a bit of a curve, but if it is severe,
they need to change who they are doing it.

I hope you don't have a Nikon scanner ;-)

Art

Edward P. Richards wrote:

> Any good tips for flattening negatives before you scan them?  When I get
> negatives back from the lab, they have a pronounced side to side curl that
> makes loading theming to the scanner a problem, much less getting good edge
> to edge resolution.  Pre-flattening seems a much better option than glass
> carriers or new scanners.
>
> Thanks!
> Ed


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