Final result - G2 as Slide Copier...!!


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megaweb

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yeah .... much more better than previous one ...


nice shots

I like the 3rd shot the best .............
 

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this pic a bit the ... :p

anyway great effort :D

i'll be trying it with the Olympus C700 once i get it back :)
 

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hmmm seems to me that there is a bluish tint to all the pictures
izzit me or izzit my monitor.
 

Richard

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It's probably the light from the lightbox. It might be a better idea, to retweak the white balance.
 

andre

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It's probably the light from the lightbox. It might be a better idea, to retweak the white balance.
yup...it cause by the ligth box....

this pic taken with auto white balance.....so next time try to change the white balance.
 

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yar... cannot help it.. I tried that many times the overlay cast is always there, even i manual white balance also the same....

This may be due to the effect of the scanner. When the scanner/digital camera sees the slides, u need to have a +1/2 stops on the slides.

For human eye viewing use a normal exposed slide

For projector use a -1/2 stop slides. ISSIT true?
 

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its time you used photoshop to correct the error (did you do it?)

i did it for one of your pictures. not the best. finished in 5 mins. corrected the levels abit, used Colour Balance to adjust the colours, since blue is too much i took it out, i wasnt there when you took it, so i dont know if the background was really giving a blue tint when you took it. so you will have to make your own judgement. but oh wells... this is just a little bit of what i think it may look like..

5 min job :)


bahs come to think of it... still a tad too blue.. well u figure it out yea? :)
 

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keep trying! most photos still have the bluish tint, but better.
erm play around with all the colours, mid tones, highlights and shadows, try using Levels too
 

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