Fun With Scanning 30 Year Old B&W Film - Duotone Straight From The Scanner


Left side is scanned in 16 bit B&W mode. Then duotone tinted in Lightroom. The right side is scanned in 48 or 24 bit colours where the individual RGB channels are adjusted for gain, offset and gamma via the histograms utilizing the epson software prior to scanning in this case to give the red tint.

Note French lavender is now grown in some peach orchards because they repel a moth that is a pest to the peaches.English Lavender has a far weaker scent and does not have any of the same insect repelling properties.

A few new blog entries

Converting A Colour to A Black And White Image Utilizing Selective Colour Contrast Filtering

Fun With B&W Film - How To Do HDR From A Single Scan

Fun With B&W Film - How To Get Duotone Straight From The Scanner

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