I did try the Kodak settings he suggested without great success (it was
skin tones I was having most trouble with) and ended up trawling
scanning forums for a solution. Someone suggested some colour settings
that I tried and got pretty good results with, but it took quite a lot
of searching and then I lost the settings when I upgraded (my fault I
know). I just think the Superia range should be included in the
profiles as it is one of the most popular consumer films. Other than
that it's a great product.
On 28 May 2004, at 7:23 am, Moose wrote:
> I see now that he is very Kodak oriented. I never noticed because I
> mostly use Kodak Portra and Supra films. I do see where he says:
> " If you're using film types that aren't in this table, particularly
> some of the newer Fuji film types, try experimenting with the Kodak
> and Kodak Advantix settings - these seem to work pretty well."
> One used to be able to make a profile with a blank frame, but it looks
> like that went away.
> james@xxxxxxxxxxxxx wrote:
>> This is my one gripe with the software (along with not being able to
>> batch preview). Choose slide film and there is only generic and Kodak.
>> Choose colour neg and Fuji shows no Superia of any sort. Choose B/W
>> and the only Ilford choice is XP2.
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