Quote Originally Posted by coigach View Post
I agree that most folks shoot slides these days to scan.

I've been shooting dr5 reverse processed b+w slides on a long-term project I aim to show as a book, all from either 6x7 or 6x17 medium format slides. Slides scan beautifully, with oodles of detail and have a particular 'look' I love.

And I also scan to create enlarged negs / pos for alternative processes such as photogravure.
Why do B&W slides scan better than B&W negatives? Is there less grain too?

I want to understand all this .
Also, you have a 6x17 slide projector??? How?


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