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Date: 11/07/19 05:32
More scanning Emil, before and after
Author: donstrack

In the continuing learning curve of scanning severely curled 35mm B&W negatives, here are three verions of the same image by Emil Albrecht, UP 9503 near Pocatello in 1946.

1) Mounted in a slide mount. Okay, but slightly out of focus.

2) Emulsion side down, directly on scanner glass, held down by a piece of anti-newton ring glass. Defects edited with Photoshop healing and clone brushes.

3) Raw scan of #2, above. All of the defects are on the negative.

Don Strack 








Date: 11/07/19 05:58
Re: More scanning Emil, before and after
Author: refarkas

You are learning, and as you do, you'll have all the more great photos to post on Trainorders.
Bob



Date: 11/08/19 04:52
Re: More scanning Emil, before and after
Author: donstrack

refarkas Wrote:
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> You are learning, and as you do, you'll have all
> the more great photos to post on Trainorders.

The major goal is to share these Emil Albrecht photos on the UtahRails photo albums, which are full-sized, high-resolution JPGs. Here is the album that includes this particular image.

https://donstrack.smugmug.com/UtahRails/Emil-Albrecht-Photos/1946-Near-Pocatello/

Don Strack
http://utahrails.net/



Date: 11/09/19 05:53
Re: More scanning Emil, before and after
Author: acltrainman

Second & third scan is greatly improved. Very nice shot.
 

Stanley Jackowski
Valrico, FL



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