This morning working with a Nikon Super Coolscan5000, I scanned this vintage Kodachrome 25 color slide.
I used Hamrick’s VueScan software which allows me considerable control over the scanning process.
This has the ability to make a multiple pass scan that can obtain greater detail from highlight and shadow areas by scanning the same image several times and combining the scans.
It has a color setting specifically tailored to Kodachrome film and allows white balance fine-tuning.
I made the original photograph on April 19, 1989, showing a northward Rochester & Southern freight with former New York Central GP40s crossing a road at Scottsville, New York.
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