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Re: "Pepper grain" (was Minolta Multi Pro)



WOuld also be nice to know if the prints were made with condenser or
diffusion.

Also, I wonder if the pepper grain and bubbles show as much if one enlarges
the neg/slide to final size during the scan, rather than in an image editor?

on 04/04/2002 09:23 AM, gary at gsellani@accesscom.com wrote:

> Can the lack of pepper grain artifacts in the prints be a consequence that
> the film is not perfect flat when held in the enlarger. I notice once in a
> while I can get enough curvature in TMY that the grain is poorly focused at
> the edges when scanned, in effect lowering the optical resolution.
> 

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