Negatives In Colour - Caught In Possession (Vinyl)

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  1. Feb 08,  · A scanned negative in colour, at about x resolution resulted in a graphic file. A greyscale scan of about the same was maybe MB in size.
  2. Apr 18,  · All vinyl records are made of PVC, which is naturally colorless. To turn this clear material into a solid color titanium dioxide and other additives are mixed in. To make the standard black vinyl color, black carbon is often added, which strengthens the PVC mix. To make any other color, dyes are used instead of black Discogs.
  3. THE PROBLEM: Your film negative was damaged when someone at the lab was handling your film or your negatives were stored improperly—this scratching or denting can then show up in your scans. HOW TO RECOGNIZE IT: Light colored lines (scratches) or crescents (dents) appear on your scan. They are not geometric or uniform, and they do not appear the same .
  4. Nov 13,  · Large blank spots or patches on the emulsion surface are usually either opaque or very dark in shade when viewed on color negative film. Occasionally, blank patches will appear clear on the negatives, creating undesirable dark spots on resulting prints.
  5. Simply using a blank negative won't work very well. This is because the orange mask in the negative actually varies based on the exposed color and level (to correct for cross color exposure effects in the C chemistry). Go with the PS plugin if you can, as this would have the color mixing matrix to deal with it better. – Skaperen Feb 5 '
  6. There is no evidence available to us that coloured dyes effect the vinyl more than black, but it is possible that some could effect the structure of the vinyl more than others. A lot of coloured presses are unofficial, which would explain quality differences.
  7. Mar 23,  · The pictures have torn and faded and the negatives are long gone. I would give anything to have a chance to reprint those negatives now. Imagine you had some great old vinyl records back in the early 70's, but thought that recording them on an 8-track, then destroying the records, was a good idea.
  8. It may even puddle or run off the surface because the required coating isn’t there to hold the ink droplets in place. There aren’t as many printable vinyl options for aqueous inkjet printers. The other downside of using top-coated media is that the top-coat keeps the ink on the surface.
  9. There's this thing where colored vinyl introduces surface noise, which it may be true 40 years ago, but nowadays most are as quiet as blacks (pressing quality affects much more than the color). There's also this claim that some colors degrade faster than black vinyl, such as white, but I'm not so sure about that.

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