Julio1fer wrote:Very good results there, Alex. I believe that one should always use unsharp mask in scanning to get meaningful results. Your #6 scan looks excellent as regard to sharpness, and I am sure that even more detail could be obtained from that negative, if needed.
As for levels, it also looks excellent, although it depends on what you wanted to achieve in the first place. In a way scanning is similar to printing, you can increase contrast or decrease it, allow areas to become black or white because you want other areas to play their part in the picture, and all the tricks that you probably know from the wet darkroom.
Much better than the lab scans, and I believe that in a very short time you will be a expert scanner!
PFMcFarland wrote:Quite a difference between the lab scan, and #6, but it looks dialed in now. Any special reason there are two #5's?
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