Harry Harrison Posted February 6, 2020 Share Posted February 6, 2020 2 minutes ago, MDM said: Spending ages on noise or grain reduction does not make sense unless one really enjoys that sort of thing. I know that you're not quoting anyone in particular but for me I was interested to see if there really was a phenomenon that explained why I was seeing more grain in prints from scans than in darkroom prints. The jury is probably still out on that one, at least until I've read the articles properly. If there was a slight change in technique that could avoid it happening, or as you say a simple Photoshop or even Lightroom fix then that would be good too. It would be very interesting to know how, say, Magnum go about scanning the negatives from their illustrious stable of photographers. Do they rescan as technology improves with digital backs etc.? I remember they once had a publicised tie-up with Imacon but who knows? Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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