With lock down fever getting pretty serious now I've been playing about with various ways of scanning B&W negatives, and here's an example of scanning the negative as a positive in 48 bit and then converting to 16 bit and inverting in photoshop to get to a positive image. Gives remarkable latitude for highlights and lowlights. I'm not sure that there's really any point in scanning the B&W in 48 bit but it's an interesting experiment. Camera was EOS 1N with EF 28/2.8 IS lens and Ilford Pan F film rated at 50 ISO. Yellow filter.
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