Big_Lynx wrote:What is the best picture in the above sequence? Hard to say. For me probably #6 ... but for sure I may say that pictures produced by SilverFast with NegFix are worst.
LSI_Morales wrote:Dear Big_Lynx,
I must say, I completely disagree with you.
Based on which criteria are you making your judgements?
When it comes down to a matter of taste there is no best or worst, right or wrong.
LSI_Morales wrote:In my opinion, Nr. 1 and 2 are better than the rest, they display a good level of details in highlights and shadows. Number 1 is bit overexposed, you could have dialed the exposure a bit down being careful not to loose too many details in the dark areas.
The one you like the most shows a blue color cast (at this point I must say, I checked the pictures in two different monitors) as well as almost no details on dark areas.
Link to number 5 is not working.
Big_Lynx wrote:1. NegaFix produced scans with huge contrast eliminating plenty of details.
2. Colors generated by "positive scan" are closer to the nature (at least as far as I remember).
The main problems for me on the film in question are: huge contrast, reduced overall details, extremely vivided not real colors. Of course you may have different preferences but I will be more than grateful if you will explain me how to be closer to my preferences using NegaFix. Selection of "Ektar 100" mask without any other adjustments produces results which I have problems to accept.
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