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Indecent Exposure 66: Inferred extracurriculars (podcast)

Flummoxed by film scanning, finding white balance where there is none, and they only come out at night (to shoot).

Flummoxed by film scanning, finding white balance where there is none, and they only come out at night (to shoot).

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EPISODE 66

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Today's questions

Film scanning

Busy this week, so found an old one. This was a film photo scanned, so please pardon the fuzziness. It was scanned from the negative. Any pointers on this? Mark


Night white balance

Could you talk about white balancing night photos with street lights? Specifically how to make the sky look black instead of a dark version of another color. And also stay true to the colors of the lights in the pics. I've been all across the spectrum trying to find the right effect.
Mad_Marv