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Old 04-05-2007, 07:46 PM   #16
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I wasn't very clear...

I am talking about old stuff - I know how to get a CD from something I take in today. So I am looking for tips on home-scanning. I've got relatively recent stuff that was scanned during developing but not to a high resolution (including a favorite slide whose scan was processsed and rejected at RP for not being sharp) and older stuff well before the digital age.

So I'm looking for tips in general. Also, I understand, perhaps falsely, that when doing processing on a scan of a negative, one has to deal with the color of the base film, which is orangey. Is that a problem in particular?
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