Archived posting to the Leica Users Group, 2020/12/07

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Subject: [Leica] Work During Confinement
From: tmanley at (Tina Manley)
Date: Mon, 7 Dec 2020 17:44:30 -0500
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Really nice!!  Isn't it great to make good use of this down-time?  I've
spent most of it sitting in front of my computer!

It looks like you've got the B&W scanning down pat.


On Mon, Dec 7, 2020 at 4:23 PM Ken Carney via LUG <lug at>

> With movement being so limited during the Covid mess, I've been going
> back through old negatives.  I've been picking up the pace on scanning,
> thanks to Chris Crawford's tutorial on scanning b&w negs, and trying to
> improve my Photoshop technique.
> Here is an image of a dune in Death Valley.  I shot it with a 210mm
> Rodenstock lens, but never printed it because the shutter blade outline
> is very visible, not sure why.  A little work with the healing brush
> fixed that.  Then I added a sky from my front yard.  4x5 TMax 100 in
> TMax RS developer:
> In this image of Manly Beacon in Death Valley, the top third of the
> negative is uneven and smudged, maybe a mistake in developing.  It is a
> clear sky except for the setting moon and clouds over the Panamints, so
> I took an image of a clear sky, used that in sky replacement and brushed
> only the damaged part of the sky.  I had never been able to fix it with
> the clone brush.
> Comments and suggestions always appreciated.
> Ken
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Tina Manley

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