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American Beauty - Sedona, AZ

American Beauty - Sedona, AZ

Usually when I scan cross-processed film with my Epson V600, I use the "ColorSync" option. I select a portion of the frame, click on "auto-expose", then expand the frame and scan for your typical, vibrant, cross-processed result. This particular roll of film, happened to work well with the other option - "no color correction", as well; producing softer, subtler color. I cannot decide which I like best and am presenting both (one after the other)....Which do you prefer?

vici Taken by vici with a Nikon FE loaded with Fuji Provia 400X (35mm) film in Sedona, AZ, United States. These tags describe this photo: sedona, arizona, x-pro, xpro, mountain, southwest, and landscape. Date: 2012-10. This photo can also be found in the album American Beauty.

5 comments

  1. clickiemcpete

    clickiemcpete

    I prefer the softer version in every one of these. Nice album. :)

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  2. vici

    vici

    @clickiemcpete - thank you so much Peter!

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  3. marcus_loves_film

    marcus_loves_film

    I'm the guy who sometimes prefers not to take sides:) As the darkroom junkie that I am, I'll just say I prefer the version that you color correct yourself Lol

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  4. trw

    trw

    I hope it's not a cop out, but in some of the photos I like the color corrected scans better and in others I prefer the non-corrected. Either way, it's a great album!

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  5. vici

    vici

    @trw - not a cop out. I feel the same way you do. thanks for commenting.

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