Scanning negative films (35 and 120)

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Barry Twycross Veteran Member • Posts: 3,976
Re: Scanning negative films (35 and 120)

Baylock wrote:

If Denoising means getting rid of the initial grain (at least partially) then no, I don't want that at all.
If it's about getting rid of any noise induced by the scan itself, then yes, of course.

As far as I can see with my scans, the grain is the predominant source of noise. I can't say I've seen any other noise. Like VueScan has the option to scan 16 times and average, apart from taking 16 times as long, I've never seen that option make a visible difference.

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