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[filmscanners] Re: Good scanner for B&W




> - grain aliasing can be a completely devastating problem with
> non-chromagenic B&W, thanks to the sharp grain boundaries and grain sizes
> of metallic silver. Whether you hit this problem will depend on the
> interaction between the scanner you use and the film+dev type and extent of
> exposure and development.

Can you give me some advice on good film types/dev? I have been shooting
T-Max 100, dev in D-76 1:1, 68c in a Jobo Expert Drum, hand inversion. The
shooting is 70% studio, 30% outdoors.

Just in case you have some other advice, my purpose in scanning the negs is
to get enlarged negatives for contact printing w/ various alt photo
processes. People recommend imagesetters or LVT, imagesetters being the only
affordable of those two. I was wondering about lambda/lightjet though. Do
you know whether transparencies from these output decives can be used as
negatives?

Thanks.

-Joe

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