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[filmscanners] When slides are required (was: Scanning negs vs. slides)

>>... as neg's is more than good enough, and neg's capacity for
>>recording huge dynamic range is valuable to me where slides'
>>intolerance is a pain in the arse. Not very erudite, but practical.
>>Tony Sleep
>I feel the same way.  I shoot in the New Mexico desert, and it is very
>very contrasty.  Negative film can handle it.  That's one reason I've
>not seriously considered changing to slide film.
>Ironically, there are still magazines that only want slides.

I shoot negs film for several reasons, not the least being need for high speed 
film and exposure latitude with in-theatre stage lighting.  When slides are 
needed I have them made: I'll scan neg, prepare image file as appropriate (the 
important part) then have slide copies written from the image file.

Bob Shomler

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