How to get natural colours when digitizing with digital camera

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How to get natural colours when digitizing with digital camera

Postby Foxy45 » Mon Nov 06, 2017 11:32 am

Hello,

For digitizing my slides, I photograph them.
I built a set-up consisting of a Canon 5D Mk4 camera (30 megapixels),
a Sigma 70mm macro lens, and a special diffuse light source with a
spectrum that approaches sunlight. Most of my slides are Kodachromes.

I make RAW photos, and develop them with Adobe Lightroom or with
Silkypix. As for sharpness and dynamic range, the results are very good.
But I have trouble in getting colours that look natural. Especially skin tones
don't look good enough.

Can software from Lasersoft Imaging help me in obtaining better results?
What program is recommended?
Can I try it to find out?

Regards,

Gerard
The Netherlands

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Re: How to get natural colours when digitizing with digital camera

Postby LSI_Ketelhohn » Mon Nov 13, 2017 4:48 pm

Dear Gerard,

You can try our SilverFast HDR Studio software.
It can import digital images.

Kind regards,
Arne


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