bodensee

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  • Thanks for this. I'll look at the video.
  • As always thanks for the reply. I do much the same as your good self and also have extra holders. I have however found the V700 holders to be better, they hold more film and are less dust prone ...
  • Thanks again for all the replies. Once edited the scans won't be edited again so would you think there is any advantage in saving in 48bit at that point? They are mostly bus and railway pictures ...
  • Once again thanks for the advice. As you will see from the other post I am having to do lots of manipulation and 48bit is the way to go. Not the answer I really wanted but really I have little ...
  • Appreciated, I don't remember writing in that thread but then I can barely remember what I did yesterday! You have answered the question for me though. I am having to do loads of manipulation on ...
  • Created discussion thread SCANNING 24 OR 48BIT
    I see there have been a few questions on scanning recently, including one by me. Moving on with my stupidly large project I have variously scanned in both 24 & 48Bit and other than the file size I ...
  • Replied in Example image
    I've had to go to B&W as well quite often for these.
  • Much appreciated, as you say only if you have to!
  • I have no idea but please try and repost! It's really bugging me this issue.
  • It is blue layer failure and yes it is inconsistent, very inconsistent. I have a suspicion it may have something to do with poor fixing at the time of development. Interestingly it does seem, in ...
  • The problem is caused by the blue layer deteriorating, I have about 3500 like this and it's proving a nightmare to deal with. I posted a few weeks ago on this very subject and got a lot of useful ...
  • Thanks again to everyone for all the reworks, I haven't posted in a day or so as the room where the computers are hit +40C and was just too much. I tried a couple of the techniques and the links ...
  • Many thanks to you all, it has given me a little hope. I can convert to B&W  at the bitter end if the solutions don't work in particular examples.
  • I'm so sorry, I meant what did you do to the colouring to get it so close?
  • I'm guessing there is no one solution here then and you achieved it by eye each time.
  • This one is nearest in terms of the colouring, may I ask what you did?
  • This is really appreciated, now if I post the other 500 odd?? Just my little joke!
  • That's actually very good, what did you do, apart from the joke!
  • I did try this, not with Vuescan, but it didn't work well enough universally. I might give Vuescan a go though. Worth a shot.
  • Thanks for this, I struggle a bit with the saturation/hues controls in terms of correction as opposed to livening up a snap. I realise I am being very finicky but you'll notice the pavement and ...
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