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  1. roncromberge

    roncromberge Member Registered User

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    Yesterday made some photo’s on a live steam locomotive museum.

    They devoted to keep the locomotives up and running

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    Wista 45SP, schneider Kreuznach symmar S 135mm

    Movements: front swing.

    Fomapan 100@64, F32 - T12 sec, Moersch Tanol 1:1:100 11min 24 degree celsius.

    Scanned as linear with vuescan. Processed with photoshop / color-perfect.
    Final touch Silver efex pro.




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    Lovely detail in this. With color-perfect are you having to make many adjustments
     
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    Simply love it :)
     
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    No. Linear raw from vuescan load in photoshop, no colorprofile assignen, open in color perfect. In color perfect assign gray 2.2 colorspace. Incidentally a little more less black and gamma adjustments.

    In photoshop convert to rgb.

    My files are so big that photoshop crashes after edited in silverefex plugin. So i save the file and load the file in the standalone mode of silverefex there i do the most adjustments!


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    Ian-Barber Admin Staff Member Registered User

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    Interesting, I usually assign 2.2 gamma as it enters Photoshop and then hand it off to ColorPerfect. I will do a test scan, leave it un-assigned and let Colorperfect assign a colour-space to see if I can see any difference
     
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    You have to assign manualy the colorspace! But you do this in colorperfect. So colorperfect build from a linearbase in stead of an already converted gray 2.2 gamma.



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    Who said analogue darkroom work was harder than quality digital... :eek: :confused: ;)
     
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    David M Active Member Registered User

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    Only the people who've never tried it.
    The commonest jibe is that "-you just push a button." I don't know what sort of enlarger they're using, but you just push a button on mine.
     
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