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Thanks Gary. With photoshop, I can't imagine anyone worrying about a color cast though. Jerry Not > only is it the finest grain color film (transparency or print) at is 100, > but it is finer grained than Velva at is 50. We have discussed this film on > the list in the past, with arguments over it's cast. I think it has a blue > cast, but you will find conflicting stories on the net. It has less of a > cast than Velva, which has a magenta cast. However, the Velva cast is more > pleasing to the eye (ok, my eye). Velva is more saturated than Prove 100F. > > At the moment, Prove 100F is the only slide film I shoot. The grain is > tolerable pushed one stop. Pushing it two stops is too grainy. Might as well > shoot 400 speed print film at that point. I've never pull processed Prove > 100F. - Turn off HTML mail features. Keep quoted material short. Use accurate subject lines. http://www.leben.com/lists for list instructions.