Scanning negatives developed in Pyrogreenspun.com : LUSENET : Large format photography : One Thread
I have been considering developing film in Pyro. However, I am concerned that Pyro development may adversely affect the quality of digital scans. I would appreciate hearing from anyone who has experience with scanning Pyro developed negatives. Thanks.
-- Mark Lipton (firstname.lastname@example.org), October 21, 1999
Mark, I've done quite a bit of scanning; although only of color positives. The main thing to look out for is that you don't want too much contrast in whatever you're scanning. That's where any affordable scanner run into problems. Because negatives in general, however, are much lower contrast than positive, I suspect you'll be fine with whatever developer you u
-- Howard Slavitt (email@example.com), October 21, 1999.
I have scan some of my 8*10 PMK developed negative. I use a rotating scan and have no matter. I scan in B&W or in CMYK to have the yellow densities recorded. The enlarged transpancies I obtain are very nice.
-- nze christian (firstname.lastname@example.org), October 22, 1999.