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[filmscanners] Re: My Public Apology

Anthony Atkielski wrote:

> For an example of a recent scan, see
> http://www.atkielski.com/Wallpapers/images/EiffelInvalidesPaper1600x1200.jpg
> This is a scan of a Velvia 6x6 transparency, ICE set to normal, no GEM or
> ROC, no other adjustments, and then tweaked in Photoshop (slight adjustments
> to levels).  There is more detail in the shadows than you see in this image,
> but I couldn't find a way to drag it out without blowing out the brighter
> parts of the image, and Photoshop won't let me do much in the way of
> selective masking in 16-bit mode.
> If you download the image and open it in Photoshop, it will look better (if
> you have monitor compensation turned on), because it is encoded for Adobe
> 1998 RGB.
> The original scan is 40 times larger than this downsampled image.

THis is not to be critical, but to point out something that you might
have not noticed.

On my monitor, there is some distinct, what appears to be Newton Ring
color distortion in the sky of this scan.  It is quite noticeable in the
sky in the middle of the Eiffel tower and just above the right-hand
building closest to the tower.

Was a glass carrier used to scan this image?


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