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[filmscanners] Re: scanning TMAX 3200





don schaefer wrote:


>
> The BW CN films, why use them? If you want BW images, shoot with color
> neg. That way you can use channel blending in Photoshop to get the BW
> values just the way you want them.
>
> Don
>


Personally, I agree, I almost never shoot B&W of any sort anymore,
because I find that I can create all sorts of B&W or monochromic
versions from color via photoshop.

However, for scanning purposes, the C-41 B&W films have some advantages,
so for people who are stuck on B&W and want to scan them, that can be an
alternative.

Art

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