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But it seems to me that those figures, which may have some relevance in discussing analog to digital conversion theory are of little interest from a practical point of view when scanning.
From a practical point of view, when scanning, I think the answer is as follows. Dmax is the highest density in the film which can be captured by the scanner.
All values above that will give essentially the same response. Dmin is the lowest value that can be recorded by the scanner. Drange is the difference between the two.
For negative film, dmax refers to the highlights and dmin to the shadows. For reversal film, dmax refers to the shadows and dmin to the highlights.
Most people prefer slides. This is without any good basis as far as I'm concerned, but I doubt if I am going to convince anyone of that.
Slide film is designed to produce relatively high densities in the film because of the way it is viewed. If one overexposes even slightly that will excacerbate the situation.
In such cases, the densities in the shadows will exceed what many moderate priced scanners can handle. For example, Epson says my scanner has a dmax of 3.
I use Vuescan which allows me to read the actual densities as well as the usual RGB values. I'm not sure these are the same as would be read by a precision densitometer, but they seem pretty consistent with what I would expect from years of experience with film of all sorts.
My slides often have maximum densities of 3. Thus from my perspective, Epson's advertised value is accurate. I don't usually have any trouble with the scans from those slides.
But I'm very careful about exposure. For slides, I readily sacrifice the shadows if necessary in order to get proper exposure for the highlights.
That is the conventional view of how reversal film should be used. One should avoid scenes with extreme contrasts and if that can't be avoided, concentrate on getting the highlights and midrage properly exposed, which means one may lose some detail in the shadows.
But if one uses slide film with the intention of scanning, there is an additional option. One may overexpose somewhat, thus preserving both highlight and shadow detail.
One can't overdo this since slide films tend to have limited latitude for exposure. The resulting slide won't be ideal for direct viewing, but when scanned, if the scanner has a high dmax, one may produce a scan with adequate detail at all levels.
A scanner like the Epson may not be adequate for such slides. Slides have a few advantages, and if you think about it, it does make sense.
Slides in general provide more saturation than negatives, it is better to subtract saturation than add it, as you will maintain detail.
Though, because saturation and contrast are related in film, this is not really a big issue, as it is MUCH harder well, impossible to subtract contrast and maintain detail than it is to add saturation and maintain detail.
You can push saturation much further than you can pull contrast while still maintaining detail, and in fact colors which are so saturated they loose detail likely will not be very pleasent to look at.
This is why i use astia and sensia because of their low contrast and high shadow detail. The biggest reason to use slide film, and this is why I use it is because of the amber mask.
If scanners would put a cyan filter over the light to remove the amber mask, it would be fine, but they do not, not even any high-end scanners that i am aware of do this.
Instead they do it all in software. This means that a massive edit must be made, and there is no getting around it.
As you know, every edit made degrades the image, and taking out a massive cyan cast simply must. I prefer to start out with as clean an image as possible, even the most invisibly small aberations on teh histogram will be amplified later on.
Also, I have noticed on Leaf equiptment it gives DRange in a contrast ratio similar to how film is stated. How can i translate contrast ratio's to a number like 4.
I think it is funny that they use bit-depth to calculate dynamic range, under these circumstances teh Leaf 35 has a DRange of 4.
Yeah, it's the anal way of doing it, and I know of nobody who actually does this, but it is possible. I'm not sure why you think using software to remove the orange cast is going to degrade the image.
I have to think about exactly how they might go about it, but, offhand, it seems to me the change must be completely reversible and that no information in the image is lost.
But I will give it some thought. Perhaps someone else who has thought about it can comment. SBS Radio Nordic Scripps Networks Interactive Setanta Sports Asia Vivolta JV France.
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