I’ve come across this occasional issue that really stops my flow. My equipments are:
- Skier Copy Box v2
- Sony a6400 + SEL50M28
Most recent negative roll that I have this issue with, this is a Fuji Film ASA 100 shot 30 years ago. There’s no visible issue with the negative, out of a roll of 36, I had 4 that have the same issue. In the past the yellow cast/tint all over the pictures seemed to be caused whenever I scan, I didn’t position my lens and/or the Skybox so that entire negative is in focus without overlapping area that is not covered by the negative. This could be end of roll, and only 90% of the negative is in focus, causing the 10% to be bleeding light. This bleeding light then caused the resultant photo turns yellow tint/cast after applying negative lab pro. Whenever I realized the issue, I had to re-scan, making issue 100% is in focus, then the next scan is perfect. So I agree this is a setup issue. However my question is why did this only occasionally show up as yellow tint/casting? Other than the setup issue, what can I do? i.e. apply WB as Shot or Auto or something? I’m not a Lightroom expert.
These 4 pictures come from the same roll, went through the same scanning process. Only 2 had yellow tinting, if you look closely on the right hand side, those were bleeding light, area that the negative is not covered when I scan, if I make sure it’s 100% covered, this removes the tint/cast. My question is, all 4 pictures actually have bleeding light, why is it only 2 have the problem? It sounds like the negative lab pro logic is not being consistently applied. Or a Bug.
Thanks a lot beforehand.