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"Since negs have a yellow-orange base color to correct for C-printing, "how can you scan a neg as though it were a pos and then correct in Photoshop? How do you remove the base color? I've tried with no luck." My answer is tongue-in-cheek and not meant to offend: every 35mm scanner I've met has a pull-down menu to preset the scanner for approximately the type of film you will be scanning. The Nikon LS20 offered about eight different color-neg options; the new Canon 2710 offers two. Let the machine do the work! That's why it gets the big bucks! Arnold --------------- Still interested in silver process? See "Exploring Black & White Photography" Second Edition, a Times-Mirror publication, ISBN 0-697-12523 - 8. - Please do not include an entire message in your response. Delete the excess. http://www.leben.com/lists for list instructions.
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