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    thanks, I work in the darkroom and I do not intend to use photoshop/gimp so scanning the negs would just be for preservation purpose so I may just scan my prints portfolio so I can get on with making my website

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    canon ...

    canon cansocan and some others have negative scan feature
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    thank you!

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    Quote Originally Posted by keithwms View Post
    8x10s can fit in an epson 4990 / 750 flatbed...

    but the prints are mounted, ON 11X14 BOARD? I don't know if the canoscan can take 11x14 boards, loose 8x10 prints for sure, but anything larger/wider, make sure.

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    That's true, 11x14 can't be done by the flatbeds that I am aware of.
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    I shoot digital copies of my prints in the same way as I used to make slide copies for gallery prensentations.

    My prints are all Fibre based and just a fraction too large to scan in one on an A4 scanner, and have 2" borders so that doesn't help. The best scans are made from Glossy RC papers, so I prefer to copy using an SLR (film or digital) and a couple of studio flash units set at 45° to the print.

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