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  1. For the victims of the Great Depression I was missing some respect at the Roosevelt memorial, Washington DC. So I had to wait until the shouting crowds had gone to their next viewpoint... [ATTACH]327275[/ATTACH] [ATTACH]327276[/ATTACH] M6, Kodachrome, Nikon Coolscan 9000, VueScan, PhotoshopElements, IrfanView, October 2009.
  2. Für die Opfer der Großen Depression vermisste ich etwas Respekt am Roosevelt-Denkmal in Washington DC. So musste ich abwarten, bis die johlenden Jugnedlichen zu ihrem nächsten Fotoziel weitergezogen waren... [ATTACH]327272[/ATTACH] [ATTACH]327273[/ATTACH] M6, Kodachrome, Nikon Coolscan 9000, VueScan, PhotoshopElements, IrfanView, Oktober 2009.
  3. Mr. Smith receives many visitors every evening. [ATTACH]326810[/ATTACH] M6, Kodachrome, Nikon Coolscan 9000, VueScan, IrfanView, October 2009.
  4. Do you still appreciate good old Kodachrome blue from your color slides? M6, Kodachrome 200, Allgaeu Alps, 2006.
  5. Gegenlicht an der Loipe M6, Kodachrome 200, Allgäu 2006.
  6. Hitchcock in the Alps M6, 'lux 35 preasph, Kodak T-Max 400, Nikon coolscan 9000, Vuescan, Lightroom 5, Nebelhorn (2224m), Oberstdorf, Allgaeu, Germany.
  7. …because sleighing is prohibited. M6, Kodak TX400, Oberstdorf, Germany, Oct. 2013.
  8. The invasion of the panda bears: People flee from their huge amount,… …as they came secretly at night,… …occupied the marketplace… …and held their vintage convention. Leica IIIa syn, Super-Angulon 4.0 - 21mm, Agfa Scala 200x Black and White Slide Film, Nikon Coolscan 9000, Vuescan, Lightroom 5, Stuttgart, October 2013.
  9. white horse pulling the water cart M6, Kodachrome, Coolscan, Vuescan, Lightroom 5.
  10. Abbey Neresheim (Southern Germany), Ceiling Fresco Kodachrome 200, Nikon Coolscan 9000, Vuescan, Lightroom 5, 2006.
  11. ...sollte zum Arzt gehen.“ (Helmut Schmidt) Deckenmalerei in der Abtei Neresheim Leica M6, Kodachrome 200, Nikon Coolscan 9000, Vuescan, Lightroom5, 2006.
  12. mnutzer

    Visions

    Ceiling fresco at Abbey Neresheim, Southern Germany. Leica M6, Kodachrome 200, Nikon Coolscan 9000, Vuescan, Lightroom 5, 2006.
  13. mnutzer

    The Debate

    Ceiling fresco at Abbey Neresheim, Southern Germany. Leica M6, Kodachrome 200, Nikon Coolscan 9000, Vuescan, Lightroom 5, 2006.
  14. mnutzer

    Debatte

    Debatte Deckengemälde in der Abtei Neresheim M6, Kodachrome 200, Nikon Coolscan 9000, Vuescan, Lightroom 5, 2006.
  15. leaving an unreal space with a small delay Leica, Kodak BW 400 CN, New Library Stuttgart, 2012.
  16. Hi everybody I have run into a situation. I am scanning Velvia RVP100 on a Nikon Coolscan V ED using the latest version of VueScan. Since my workflow is to work with DNGs, which I open in Camera Raw and then in Photoshop, I only save RAW DNG files to which the infrared cleaning has been applied. In other words, I don't use TIFF files. I have noticed that the RAW DNGs when opened in Camera Raw are very saturated, much more so than 1) how they look in VueScan and 2) how a TIFF of the same scan with identical settings look. See these examples. The first is a screenshot of the RAW DNG open in Camera Raw. It is very saturated. The second is a screenshot of that same image open in VueScan just after it has been scanned. This image is not particularly saturated. The third is the same scan saved as TIFF version (but converted to JPG for upload here). It looks much like the scan in VueScan even though it is slightly more saturated than the second image. I've tried numerous settings in VueScan, such as various types of Color Balance, white and black points, and tweaking the R, G and B, but I can't mimic the much less saturated, and imho more pleasant, look of the TIFF. I also can't find a reason why VueScan would display the RAW DNG in a much more pleasing and less saturated way than when the same file is opened in Photoshop. Any assistance is very gratefully accepted. Kind regards Philip
  17. I'm just in the process of scanning one of my old BW negatives. Using Vuescan and importing into LR3. For a largeish print, scanning as tif gives me a file of 96Mb, whereas scanning as dng gives just 18Mb. Obvious choice, I thought. But …. The output from Vuescan as a tif is a positive, as expected. The dng file, however, with the same settings, comes out as a negative. And I can't find any way of inverting it either in Vuescan, or in LR3. Am I missing something? And please don't tell me to buy PS. David
  18. jack-tucker

    Apfel

    Auf dem Weg nach Hause, die MP in der Hand und Glück gehabt... Leider Hab ich, nachdem meine Testversionen von Lightroom und Photoshop abgelaufen sind gerade keine andere Möglichkeit gesehen als den Feinschliff mit iPhoto zu anzugehen. (Staubflecken entfernen, Kontrast) Gescannt hab ich mit Vuescan (in das ich mich auch erstn noch einarbeiten muss).
  19. I just picked up a used Nikon Coolscan 5000 from eBay-- now my "digital darkroom" is complete. Before I get started installing it, I've heard someone mention Vuescan software before. Would anyone advise using this software over the Nikon stuff they package with the scanner? What are the advantages (if any) of the Vuescan over Nikon's software? Thanks for your opinions! Mike
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