As I stated on my presentation post, the intended workflow with my Crown Graphic is the following:
1-Develop the film
2-Scan it (with an Epson V750 owned by a photographer nearby who will scan my film, drum scanning is way too expensive for me)
3-Retouch in PS as needed
4-Send the file to the lab and print it on photo paper
Now, chatting in a newsgroup with a pro LF user, he told me that the density of a Velvia 50 sheet (the emulsion I first thought to use as above) is too high even for an Epson V750 and its wild colours (esp. dark ones) couldn't be extracted. I've received similar opinions by MF users.
This man suggested me to use a less contrasty film (such as Astia), then adjust curves and saturation in PS.
Do you agree? Or should I use, for example, Kodak Portra VC, given its wider dynamic range and (supposed) more "space" for digital retouching?