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[filmscanners] Re: Scanning B+W negatives

Congratulations on developing your first B&W film.  I hope it was fun.
I can't do it anymore due to a sulfite allergy, but it was usually an
enjoyable part of the photographic process, especially once I figured
out how to load the reels correctly in the dark ;-)

Some of the nature of the answer you request will depend upon how you
plan of scanning your negs.  Do you have a dedicated film scanner, or a
flatbed with transparency ability, and what scanner and software will
you be using?


Chris Aitken wrote:

> Happy New Year All,
> I have finally got round to developing my first B+W films - an Ilford FP4+ &
> an HP5+.
> I have viewscan, and many webpages recommend different ways of scanning B+W
> negs. Does anyone here shoot Ilford B+W, and scan regularly? What settings
> do you use?
> I intend to shoot a lot of HP5+ in the winter, and maybe move to FP4+ in the
> lighter months.
> Cheers
> Chris
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