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    Re: Large Format Landscapes

    Quote Originally Posted by Corran View Post
    Thanks Steven. Of course down here it's pronounced "wersher" .
    In SE TN (Cleveland to be specific), it is pronounced war/sher or at least it used to be.

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    Re: Large Format Landscapes

    Same image as before. Portra160 scanned with Howtek, 4000dpi, aperture 6, Wide Gamut Uncorrected Trany CMS for prescan. No manipulation after that except in PS. Converted with Colorneg. For some reason the scanned file does not play well with manual conversion like they do from the Epson. Need to learn how to create a CMS file from scratch to create one that will properly scan the neg for conversion with Colorneg or manually.

    Portra160, 75mmNikkor f/32, Chamonix 45HS-1

    Ignore the crispy factor applied by flicker. They refuse to say what is going on. It is certainly not crispy prior to upload.


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    Steve, this last Grand Canyon in Portra seems best to me. The contrast seems more normal. It could be because it's portra vs. Provia for the previous four. But it seems more natural. Also, the lighting on the far canyon walls seems better than the previous four. What did you mean by "crispy"?

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    The colors on this last one looks to me more normal “as the eye would see it” as far as color balance and saturation. Definitely dont like the odd color hues in the clouds on the previous images.

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    The last one still retains some blue highlights which provia seems to add. I always get a blue tint using Provia and other slide films that I need to remove during post. It is present on the actual slide. I have heard usi g a warming filter like 81B would work, but have not tried that.

    The latest scene is shot at a different ti.e during the storm nence the different lighting. One thing to remember is that the Canyon can change color, etc in seconds. Especially during a storm. The Canyon so far has been a very hard subject to get right.

    Flicker and other sights seem to sharpen images for the web and even monkey with saturation. I have talked to them but they are clueless or not saying. To me after upload when comparing to original, it is obvious the uploaded one has been changed and over sharpened (crispy)

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    Re: Large Format Landscapes

    Rescan using HowtekHiResolve8000 of Toroweep Grand Canyon at Sunrise last year. Portrait160 scanned as Extachrome100 converted with Colorneg and processed with PS. Same image but independent processing. V850 was cropped. The Howtek is uncropped. V850 was also converted with Colorneg and processed in PS.

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    Epson V850 scan

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    Re: Large Format Landscapes

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    Re: Large Format Landscapes

    Steven

    On my iPad 5 mini I prefer the crop

    Merg

    Hard to see on same screen

    I thank anybody who actually posts images!
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    Re: Large Format Landscapes

    Merg, now on a 24" monitor it looks great!

    on the 5" screen I thought is was 2 panoramic prints



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    Re: Large Format Landscapes

    Steven, the Howtec does look better on my monitor

    Thanks for sharing

    Quote Originally Posted by Steven Ruttenberg View Post
    Rescan using HowtekHiResolve8000 of Toroweep Grand Canyon at Sunrise last year. Portrait160 scanned as Extachrome100 converted with Colorneg and processed with PS. Same image but independent processing. V850 was cropped. The Howtek is uncropped. V850 was also converted with Colorneg and processed in PS.

    Howtek Scan


    Epson V850 scan
    sin eater

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