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  1. lucassio
    lucassio ·

    Great album!

  2. totalgenervt
    totalgenervt ·

    i know thats at the moment here very in and trendy to show crossed slide film ... but is it really necessary to bring always out this green radioactive glow? my scanner and scan-software can do everything with colors i want and tell him to do ;-)

  3. totalgenervt
    totalgenervt ·

    it was a rhetorical question - the slide will not turn into a negative if you process it C41 ... you can scan it like negative or positive - its your choice - but the reason you do it should be to get sharper contrasts in colors and not to get a green soup like with a radioactive glow - only my oppinion ... b.