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    Scan in a reversed sample please.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Photo Engineer View Post
    Scan in a reversed sample please.

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    Will do when I get a chance. But, what do you mean by "reversed sample"?
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    Scan it as a negative to give a positive image.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Photo Engineer View Post
    Scan it as a negative to give a positive image.

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    Oh. Duh! Ok. Got it.
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    You can fix (or introduce) nearly any error in scanning C41. So for us to get a good idea of what the negs look like, please also post a simple digital photo of the negs. If you have access to RA4 materials in that facility to make a colour print, that would also be enlightening.

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    Okay, here it is. Here's one of the pictures from that roll of film. The film itself, upon first looking at it, does look brownish/reddish, but here, scanned, it does look decent. I did nothing to it. I simply scanned it.

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    Hmmm? Interesting. Maybe I just needed to have more patience with the negative. It perhaps required more tinkering with it.
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    C-41 processing for neophytes

    Quote Originally Posted by macandal View Post
    Okay, here it is. Here's one of the pictures from that roll of film. The film itself, upon first looking at it, does look brownish/reddish, but here, scanned, it does look decent. I did nothing to it. I simply scanned it.

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    Hmmm? Interesting. Maybe I just needed to have more patience with the negative. It perhaps required more tinkering with it.
    Maybe you aren't used to looking at color negatives? They are often brownish lol


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    Do you have C41 negs processed by a lab to compare them to? The mask is kind of a burnt orange and varies a bit between film types.

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    Actually, that photo looks quite good to me. Yes, the shadows are bluish, but it looks like you shot this in the evening. The interior lights are slightly yellowish, which are as they should be.

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    For my own part, I found it helpful to scan my home developed negative alongside a lab developed one. My scanner is an Epson V500, but I didn't use the mask. I place both negatives side by side on the glass, and then select a crop that includes frames from both. All software correction functions should be turned off.

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