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AuthorSubject: Film choice for landscape work   [Go to Bottom of Page]
Richard Marcellus
Posted on Sun Sep 7, 2003 9:12 AM

I do primarly landscape photography and have been using Velvia (35mm) for almost 10 years. Currently I scan all of my slides using a Nikon IV ED scanner, fix up my shots in Photoshop then print using a Epson 2200. I am not a professional photographer; I do this just for fun.

I am wondering if I can improve the quality of my printed images by switching to another type of film, until I can afford to switch to digital capture.
In particular I would like greater dynamic range (for better shadow detail) and less grain (particularily in the sky). I don't mind slow film, and I like to get as much image detail as is possible.

I love looking at Velvia on my lightbox, but those rich, saturated colours don't make it past my scanner and onto my screen, so I could sacrifice colour intensity for other advantages (if this is a compromise that has to be made). Any suggestions?

Thanks,

Richard Marcellus


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