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    Re: Tetenal Colortec C-41 Developing Kit

    That looks better. So the others may be under-BLIX'd. Put them back in the BLIX for a little bit and re-scan and let us know. It won't hurt them.
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    Re: Tetenal Colortec C-41 Developing Kit

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    Yes it worked, above polarisation filter
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    Polarisation filter and Lee six stops
    Also I have taken an extra 15 sec away when developing, the time needed for pouring out the developer.
    Thanks for everything Corran

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    Re: Tetenal Colortec C-41 Developing Kit

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    This one looks OK (maybe overall a bit yellow, but I see no very apparent crossover).


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    But here you seem to have some very serious magenta/green crossover issues. It might be due to the scan, digital post processing, development, or just the influence of the filters used (they're never truly neutral and polarizers in particular are often quite poor in terms of color fidelity) - or a combination thereof.

    So looks like you're getting somewhere but you're not there just yet.

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    Re: Tetenal Colortec C-41 Developing Kit

    Koraks, it’s the filters. With digital I can control it.
    It was just a test to see if I could change the green/blue of the filters and as the daylight is into the film I was almost convinced that this would be a bad choice.
    The ‘real’ pictures where all made in black/white delta 100 and they are perfect, shall post them in ‘At the waterfront’

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