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[filmscanners] Re: My best scanner/film combinations



Oh yes, absolutely!  I was only talking about the film/scanning
properties.  I almost always do something to de-grain the sky, usually
manually.  As you say, it can be a significant workload, and even with the
best de-grainer you must lose something in the process.  I don't have GEM
but would like to, although have found viewscan's version of it to be
reasonable.

Julian

At 13:32 11/12/02, David wrote:
>Yes, but either GEM or NeatImage can clean this up quite nicely, albeit at a
>humongous cost in CPU time. (NeatImage takes 25 minutes for a 645 scan on a
>2.2 GHz PC. Sigh.)

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