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orange mask has to be removed, too
Authored by: kbundies on Jul 11, '11 02:34:46PM
if you Invert the negative in Photoshop, take into consideration that the material of the negative film itself is tinted. So one would also have to consider to get rid of this by applying some cooling filter (before inversion) or even a dedicated filter for that specific color negative film material (might it be Kodak or whatever). You have to substract the orange mask of the filmmaterial. I am also no specialist, just know that these negatives are (on purpouse) held on a tinted (not clear) material. So, may be, in Photoshop one would have to first define an area at the margins of the film as white (whitepoint?) and after that do the actual inversion.
Edited on Jul 11, '11 02:49:54PM by kbundies


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