Underexposure is entirely my fault.If the slide is very underexposed it might be a color shift from lack of tracking in the film. Its hard to know. I have a number of Kodachrome travel slides which are of very dark interiors and are uniformly neutral. All of these were processed by A&I when they did Kodachrome. To my eye there is a slight magenta cast to most of them. Since I never had Kodachrome processed by another lab I don't know if this was a film characteristic or a processing artifact.
Processing error ? That's what I thought but it's the only slide on
the roll that shows these symptoms...
The scan is OK, I have the slide before me and it looks the same, on
my monitor at least.
On Oct 13, 2005, at 11:14 PM, Richard Knoppow wrote:
Assuming this isn't the result of aging it looks like a processing error. Is the original this dark?
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