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[filmscanners] Re: How to clean negatives



I haven't yet tested the diffusion sheet idea yet, although it has been
tested with the Minolta Pro which has a similar problem with good
success.  There is a lot of space between the lighting source and the
carrier, due to the area to hold the APS device.

Apparently, you may have to slightly adjust exposure and color balance
based upon the type of diffuser you end up using.

Art

Preston Earle wrote:

> "Vadik" <vadik@kutsyy.com> commented: "I finaly got Dual III, which
> works fine.  The problem I am having is dust on the negatives.  I've
> tried air canister and static brush, but this only moved dust around
> (cleaned some of it).
>
> I am lookin for the recomendation for dust cleaning from the negatives."
> -------------------
> Congratulations on your new scanner. My experience with the Scan Dual II
> is that your problem may not be dust on the negatives. It may be spots
> and scratches on the base side of the film, which can't be removed. I've
> given up on cleaning negatives and use the Polaroid Dust and Scratch
> filter (PC only, I think.), which you can download from
> <http://www.polaroid.com/service/software/poladsr/pdsr1_0.exe>. Other
> than that, it's the faithful Clone Tool and Healing Brush from
> Photoshop. Good luck.
>
> Preston Earle
> PEarle@triad.rr.com
> PEarle@CGraphics.com
> www.CGraphics.com


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