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[filmscanners] Re: wet mount adaptor for LS-8000

In opened them in Photoshop.  The first one is a TIFF the second ones
are jpegs, as I recall.


Nagaraj, Ramesh wrote:

> Are these TIFF files?
> How to open theM?
> Thanks
> Ramesh
> -----Original Message-----
> From: filmscanners_owner@halftone.co.uk
> [mailto:filmscanners_owner@halftone.co.uk]On Behalf Of Jerry Hadam
> Sent: Tuesday, October 14, 2003 2:12 PM
> To: Nagaraj, Ramesh
> Subject: [filmscanners] wet mount adaptor for LS-8000
> Hello all,
> Just forwarding this on. It sounds very interesting and could solve the
> flatness focus issue that seems to happen on some of the Nikons. Has anyone
> heard of this?
> As I have about 1,000 images I need to scan I am still interested in
> Filmscanners. I am scared to buy the SS120 (from which I have made a couple
> of terrific medium format scans ) due to the whole who-knows-what
> -Polaroid-is-going-be-doing issue.
> Any thoughts from Nikon users,
> or the future stability of Polaroid.
> Thanks,
> Jerry
> From:
>>>Michael Grecco
>>I wanted to let you know of something I have just created for the
>>Nikon 8000 scanner.
>>After purchasing my scanner I had issues with sharpness from the
>>natural curvature of the film. I also wanted to get the shadow
>>detail that drum scans produced. After some discussions with my
>>retoucher we came upon a great solution. In fact it was literally a
>>solution. The best scanning is done as a wet mounted piece of film
>>in the scanner. Wet mounting does three things:
>>* It perfectly flattens the film.
>>* It helps open up the shadow areas of the film for better shadow detail.
>>* and, it fills in scratches and helps get rid of dust for a much
>>cleaner scan.
>>After several months of creating, manufacturing, and testing I have
>>created a 10 inch by 4.25 inch glass tray for the Nikon 8000 to
>>liquid mount the film. The results we have gotten have been amazing.
>>The level of scanning has increased tremendously to the extent that
>>we don't send film out anymore. Here is a link to download images
>>done with my fluid mounting tray in the Nikon 8000 and without, for
>>http://www.michaelgrecco.com/temp/sample.sit   (5.3 megs)
>>http://www.michaelgrecco.com/temppages/35mmSamples.sit    (28 megs)

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