Hello. I’ve been getting more experienced with camera scanning and, with NLP, I get great results with negatives that are new.
My particular interest, however, is with archive material and light restoration. I’ve recently been scanning some negatives from the mid 1970s that were taken on Kodacolor II film. These were being done for a friend so I have no idea how they were stored but I assume in a drawer in normal room conditions. There were several films and all had deterioration of the dyes resulting in excessive purple at the edges of each image.
I wondered if there are settings in NLP or if there could be settings that would take into account ageing films? I used Epson Scan in the past and there was a setting for some colour correction for older material.
I do my best in Lightroom and Photoshop but I thought that it might be better if NLP were able to tackle this at the RAW stage.
Does anyone have any advice for films such as these?
Thanks for your help, Tim.