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[filmscanners] Re: Shadow speckling




>If you don't find a solution at the source, you might try noise filtering.
>Photoshop's is pretty primitive, but NeatImage works pretty well.

Fred Miranda has a decent noise-reduction action for PS, reasonably priced.
You can check it out here:  http://www.fredmiranda.com/isoX/index.html

Tris

P.S. 1) That image doesn't look as if it had been exposed enough, 2) for
best B&W work it's always the right path to use an actual B&W film stock.
Tri-X is where it all begins, and if you bother to shoot this emulsion
you'll find out why.




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