Justin, depending on what you are going to use your images in, it may not be that bad. for web-purposes it's fine, if you plan to make digital-negatives for alt-processes then there are workarounds the grain --- "Justin F. Knotzke" <jknotzke@xxxxxxxxxx> wrote: > <quote who=Sauerwald Mark date=[2/27/2005 19:59]/> > > > Where I have had the best results, is not to try > > scanning the negative, but to generate a print in the > > wet darkroom, then scan the print. > > Mark and everyone else who replied: Thank You. > > I at least now know why they come out sucky. The problem > for is I > like B&W film and I like developing my own. I like making my > own prints. > The fact that the scans come out looking so horribly is > problematic. > > What I might do is get myself a used JOBO CPE2 and then > see how I > like colour. I might have to start choosing which films I use > based on > if I think I will scan it or not. Not sure.. > > Anyhow, thanks to all the replies. > > J > > > > -- > Justin F. Knotzke > jknotzke@xxxxxxxxxx > http://www.shampoo.ca > ============================================================================================================= > To unsubscribe from this list, go to www.freelists.org and > logon to your account (the same e-mail address and password > you set-up when you subscribed,) and unsubscribe from there. > __________________________________________________ Do You Yahoo!? Tired of spam? Yahoo! Mail has the best spam protection around http://mail.yahoo.com ============================================================================================================= To unsubscribe from this list, go to www.freelists.org and logon to your account (the same e-mail address and password you set-up when you subscribed,) and unsubscribe from there.