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    I live in Memphis and work in Cordova, and have an Epson Perfection V600 scanner at home. I'll be glad to scan your negs for free if you drop them off at my workplace.

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    if you get a sheet of photo paper and a sheet of 8x10 glass
    you can make a sun print contact sheet of your film.
    it takes a few hours to expose but you will get images on the paper.
    this works well... and if you can find a scanner,
    you can scan the positive / prints without any worries.
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    Ottrdaemmerung, I would be glad to bring the neg by to have you scan it, that would be great. My problem is my schedule at work sucks but I am off on Thr. & Fri.

    John, I have some older photo paper that may not be good for regular printing but I might try the sun print contact thingy, what have I got to lose?

    I'm thinking that when they scanned the neg at Walgreen's they did it as a color neg and not the black and white I asked for. The images on the neg are clear and defined so I don't see why they didn't scan well. Ottrdaemmerung, If you want to send me an PM when can get together and figure out a time when.
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    Almost all color products processed as B&W will have a yellow cast to them which ruins the scan unless you tell the scanner to do the job as if it were B&W. If you remove color, then the images will look just fine.

    The reversal processing in scanning turns the yellow to blue!

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    Ah, so PE, you just confirmed that I am not as look as I dumb I am. I kinda figured that is what happened and you just gave credence to my uninformed guess . If you look at the picture of the pot it is nothing but blue.
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    I copied and pasted to PS and clicked on remove color. The image I copied looked just fine! Just too small!

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    Out of 36 exposures there were only a handful that scanned with any weight to them to get an image. I'm thinking that if they had done it as black and white I would have had more images.
    Thy heart -- thy heart! -- I wake and sigh,
    And sleep to dream till day
    Of the truth that gold can never buy
    Of the bawbles that it may.

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