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Nov 05, 2014 22:54 |  #1606

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Ok...I am going to put on hold of the DSLR scan project. The sharpness is there...and gloriously sharp too. Unfortunately, I can't render the highlight correctly, with glows. So far, the highlights are flat.

Increase exposure?


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Nov 06, 2014 06:57 |  #1607

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Nov 06, 2014 13:29 |  #1608

Don't think it is possible to argue about resolution online.


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Nov 06, 2014 15:08 |  #1609
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Cuypers1807 wrote in post #17256040 (external link)
Don't think it is possible to argue about resolution online.


Yes you could. This is the shot I dslr scanned it but I didn't upload it. What you are seeing is the same shot but previously scanned with the Canon 9000f.

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This is the 100% crop version of the above scene (far left lower corner) BUT from the DSLR scan. The original resolution is 4600k pixel.

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Unfortunately, I couldn't get the highlights to snap more or to glow more. The DSLR scan result so far has that digital BW conversion look. Flat and dull highlights. Too heavy on the mid tone.

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Nov 08, 2014 21:54 as a reply to  @ post 17254996 |  #1610
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Very happy with these...coming from my heavily modded Yashica Mat...:)

Ilford fp4+ 125. These are all scanned, not DSLR scanned. Otherwise, all the highlights would look too grayish.

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Nov 09, 2014 15:15 as a reply to  @ post 17254996 |  #1611
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Nov 10, 2014 08:42 |  #1612

TooManyShots wrote in post #17256217 (external link)
Yes you could. This is the shot I dslr scanned it but I didn't upload it. What you are seeing is the same shot but previously scanned with the Canon 9000f.

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This is the 100% crop version of the above scene (far left lower corner) BUT from the DSLR scan. The original resolution is 4600k pixel.

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Unfortunately, I couldn't get the highlights to snap more or to glow more. The DSLR scan result so far has that digital BW conversion look. Flat and dull highlights. Too heavy on the mid tone.

Did you post-process the DSLR scan? The resolution there is outstanding.

My experience with DSLR (well, X-Pro1...) scanning of large format negatives has been quite good. It clearly outperforms a flatbed (even a decent flatbed like the V700/750).


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Nov 10, 2014 09:26 |  #1613
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Did you post-process the DSLR scan? The resolution there is outstanding.

My experience with DSLR (well, X-Pro1...) scanning of large format negatives has been quite good. It clearly outperforms a flatbed (even a decent flatbed like the V700/750).


Yes, of course. :) Is the highlight tonality. Is too digital. Is not glowing enough. Like the sky in this shot here. The sky would have been more grayish than white.

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If someone can show me a glowing sky with vibrant highlights from the DSLR scan, I would give DSLR scan another shot. :)

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Nov 10, 2014 11:18 |  #1614

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Nov 10, 2014 12:44 |  #1615

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Nov 10, 2014 13:00 |  #1616

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Nov 11, 2014 08:23 |  #1617

TooManyShots wrote in post #17262820 (external link)
Yes, of course. :) Is the highlight tonality. Is too digital. Is not glowing enough. Like the sky in this shot here. The sky would have been more grayish than white.

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If someone can show me a glowing sky with vibrant highlights from the DSLR scan, I would give DSLR scan another shot. :)

Can you post a side by side comparison with a scan and a DSLR "scan", so we can see what you're describing?


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Nov 11, 2014 16:18 |  #1618
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edge100 wrote in post #17264822 (external link)
Can you post a side by side comparison with a scan and a DSLR "scan", so we can see what you're describing?


Hahahaha...I took up your challenge and I am making progress. This time, I used a more powerful backlit light source, a 60w CF bulb 65k. The bulb is powered by a Homedepot flood light unit. I then made a cylinder shroud out of some white card board and sealed up opening in the other end. Make a 2.5" x 2.5" opening on the side for the negative. My exposure settings ended up to be using iso 100 and 1/100s shutter speed. Historgram shows normal exposure with enough data across the range. Before, all data was at the center.

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Nov 11, 2014 22:34 |  #1619

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Nov 12, 2014 09:10 |  #1620

TooManyShots wrote in post #17265790 (external link)
Hahahaha...I took up your challenge and I am making progress. This time, I used a more powerful backlit light source, a 60w CF bulb 65k. The bulb is powered by a Homedepot flood light unit. I then made a cylinder shroud out of some white card board and sealed up opening in the other end. Make a 2.5" x 2.5" opening on the side for the negative. My exposure settings ended up to be using iso 100 and 1/100s shutter speed. Historgram shows normal exposure with enough data across the range. Before, all data was at the center.

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Remember that negatives (B&W or colour) will, by definition, have a very low density range; you actually want a compressed histogram, which you then use curves to expand out into a range of intensities. A negative is not simply an inverted positive; you have to map the proper contrast yourself.

As for the light source, I use a Artograph Lightpad, and it gives very even illumination.


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