Is this what I should expect from EPP?

Discussion in 'Color: Film, Paper, and Chemistry' started by bob100684, Aug 8, 2006.

  1. bob100684

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    the wall was blue....like eckerd sign blue, scan adjusted to match the original slide:
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    is it an accurate rendition of the scene you photographed? it don't look bad to me, but as I was not there, I have no reference point, I thinks perhaps a bit of fill flash woud have brought out some of the details in the hydrant..

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    you're probably right about the fill flash, everything else is just about right...just not the blue so i really dont know?
     
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    Hi Bob,

    It does look like an unfinished cement wall, if there was not blue present, then I would be confused, was this wall painted blue? Now if there was a tint of blue on the wall, I would expect EPP to perhaps over render it..but none the less, it is not a bad picture.

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    a plywood temporary wall painted BRIGHT blue.... go www.eckerd.com their logo color blue
     
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    I'm confused. The Eckerd blue on their web site is less vivid than this, and not bright to my eye.
     
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    its darker, but at least to me its more saturated