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    Karl;

    I think that Keith is right unfortuantely. That film is in very bad shape based on your description to me.

    Good luck.

    PE

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    Well, fortunately fog is not in any critical areas of any of the frames (it doesn't go through anyone's face), but the problem is that I am going to have to correct 10 frames. I do NOT have $600 for scanning. . . Does anyone know where I can get cheap scans of MF film then? I appeal to the charity of anyone owning one of those Nikon 9000 scanners. . .

    ~Karl Borowski

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    You could try

    www.chromogenic.net

    Justin is a good chap...
    Be careful his bow tie is really a camera
    timeUnit

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    Agree with photo engineer. You will never get it right. There are too many variables and too few tools.

    You may have a chance if you are good with photoshop.

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