failed roll. this is the only one i could save. i've been having bad luck with film lately. not happy about it.

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  1. bloomchen
    bloomchen ·

    can you explain how you saved it. the other day you wrote something about scanner settings. which software do you use?

  2. blueskyandhardrock
    blueskyandhardrock ·

    @bloomchen yes, i've been getting a lot of overexposed or under developed rolls lately and I couldn't really scan them. my scanner is epson perfection 9500 and i used the epson scanning software that came with it. i set the film settings to "B&W film" and "24-bit color"/"48-bit color" and while it didn't improve the photo much, it was able to make some frames visible enough... i just scanned them normally and saved them with .jpg extension. nothing special. desperate times call for desperate measures... ;)