Is there a right exposure for digitizing colour negatives?

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Re: Is there a right exposure for digitizing colour negatives?

John Crowe wrote:

I have always found converting negatives to be a crap shoot. Some are straight forward, never easy, others still don't look right no matter what I do. It also varies from film to film. E6 is much easier.

Someone here claims it is easy, perhaps they will come along.

Thank you.

Yes, I agree with you.   I also think, whether it is easy to convert/invert, a lot depends on how the negative was shot & developed.  I found, negatives shot on a fine day & without any filters, are easier to convert/invert the right colours, or as close as possible.

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