Need Help: Minolta Dimage Scan Dual II


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catmanzecatz

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The picture I have scanned here showed that it is very under the actual picture.

Anyone knows how to tune this slide scanner?
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Adam Goi

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Originally posted by nEkOgOtCh


Auto level? If scanned not ok and too dark, the autolevel will make it sux big time man :p
Thanks for pointing out my mistake; I didn't look at the scans so wrong advice :embrass: ...is your monitor properly calibrated? U scanned postives or negatives? Need you to fill in the blanks before others can come to your aid
 

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Originally posted by AdamGoi


Thanks for pointing out my mistake; I didn't look at the scans so wrong advice :embrass: ...is your monitor properly calibrated? U scanned postives or negatives? Need you to fill in the blanks before others can come to your aid
Paiseh... I didn't make my question clearly ;P Anyway to answer the above questions:

1. Monitor was properly calibrated.
2. Scanning positive slides.
3. Very consistent, all underexposed, though the pictures are all ok.

Anything else I missed? :p
 

ninelives

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no lar adam, u are quite right, it depands on your slide, if the different between hi key and low key is too great, do not use auto level, else I don't see anything wrong with auto level.

now, I am talking about black art of photography, best if we can consult Ian.
 

Adam Goi

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Originally posted by nEkOgOtCh


Paiseh... I didn't make my question clearly ;P Anyway to answer the above questions:

1. Monitor was properly calibrated.
2. Scanning positive slides.
3. Very consistent, all underexposed, though the pictures are all ok.

Anything else I missed? :p
Huh? I'm confused...catmanzecatz = nEkOgOtCh?
 

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