Negative Lab Pro v3.0 - The Next Level of Film Processing

Roll analysis!!! What an elegant solution to one of the largest issues with at home scanning! And what a treat to be grandfathered into the new version. Thank you for not making NLP a subscription service or where you have to buy every new version as it comes out. It says a lot about what you value and how you see your community. Much appreciated and I’m so glad to see you continuing to provide support and improvements to your work. This new update has made me very happy. It shows you listen and care. Presents, copy paste sync, and a warm in between neutral and warm! Everything in this update is something I desperately wanted in this software!


Everything you said :100:

1 Like

Thanks … no pop up in my case.
However, I have resolved it … the download link is under “My Downloads” … oh well …
All is well that ends well.

Nate I did not receive the email to upgrade to V3.0 yet. I purchased 2.4.2 a few months ago.

Is there a way to save soft highs/lows as default in the preset tab? I use it on every roll and I’d love to just keep it as default, but I can’t seem to find the option when saving a preset

1 Like

Hi, first search your email for an email titled “Negative Lab Pro v3 is here!” which would have come from It could have ended up in spam or in another folder.

If you can’t find that, please email me at It is helpful to know what email you used to purchase if you are sending from a email that is different.

Sorry about that! I will get this added in v3.0.3.

Per psajgal: A way to save soft high and low as default would be nice.

Also: The new “Sync Scene,” after I save a new single frame analysis in the “Roll” tab, it changes the conversion to something else (or maybe the initial conversion in the history). I want to save it as I see it, after I’ve done some settings changes. Having it possibly revert or change is negates the reason to save a new frame analysis.

I see at least a workaround is to “Copy” the Edit settings, then do a roll analysis Single Frame, then go back and “Paste” the Edit settings.

I’m bringing back “sync scene” soon so that you will be able to use Sync Scene as you had previously…

But just note that if you are already using Roll Analysis on a group of photos (i.e. your analysis is set to something other than “The Image Only”), then you would just want to use “sync” and copy over all the settings. This would match the photos.

Does that make sense? You currently only would need to create a single-frame calibration if you hadn’t used Roll Analysis on the roll…

Does that make sense?