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    Question negative pinholes corrected by scanning?

    I am completely new to scanning. I have been told that a negative can be scanned, pinhole corrected, and a new negative can be made. Is this possible and how is it done? I am using a 4x5.

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    Re: negative pinholes corrected by scanning?

    by pinhole you mean physical clear specs in the image density, like from dust during exposure? If so yes, once scanned it's easily spotted, then you'll need to find a good lab with a film recorder to re-output to film if that is your need.

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