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    Default Reversal Rocks!

    Two weeks ago, I tried a roll of color reversal film (also called "Positive film" or "Slide film" sometimes). I sent to develop, and takes 10days.

    Yesterday I got it finally, and was impressed by its result. Compared to negative film, the color is much more vivid and its easier to scan. Sharing some here, all comments are welcomed.

    Film: Kodak E100VS,
    Camera: Program A,
    Lens: SMC-M28/2.8,
    Scanner: Epson Perfection 3200.




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    Film: Kodak E100VS,
    Camera: Program A,
    Lens: FA43/1.9 Limited,
    Scanner: Epson Perfection 3200.











    That's all.

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    Default Re: Reversal Rocks!

    Nice try. But I feel there is some extra purple or blue casting over most photos

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    Nice, but sorry to say your scanner is not doing justice to the slides.
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    Default Re: Reversal Rocks!

    Quote Originally Posted by fengwei View Post
    Nice try. But I feel there is some extra purple or blue casting over most photos
    That's right, the original scanned image is more serious blue, I tried to remove it, but may remain some to make me feel pleasant.


    Quote Originally Posted by sbc View Post
    Nice, but sorry to say your scanner is not doing justice to the slides.
    Cannot ask more from this cheap scanner leh, I cannot afford a Pro-film scanner now, and still dun see the necessarity to buy one. Dun know how far away I will go on film yet.

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