Adjusting the green colour, is not the same as adjusting the green channel. You need to adjust using the green channel..
By the way, a year ago you said you'd bought a Nikon Coolscan. You were given a lot of good advice then, and some slightly dubious advice as well, like all Epson flatbeds are rubbish..... - that wasn't me - ... What made you change your mind?..
Thanks for your reply and help last year. I believe that I quoted someone who had a Nikon. I went with the V700 based on cost and that the quality seemed to please many - as well as a dedicated. Your input helped tremendously thanks. Due to my son's terrible car accident soon after, I'm just now able to get to my scanning project. (yea!).
Okay, I see the green channel under tone correction. After trying to adjust that, I'm still not getting it to look like the original. Am I suppose to select just part of the picture? I'm not savvy at all with this - would a good book help? Agggggghhh!..
Do you use silverfast to scan your images in or just the epson scan (I've been just using the epson scan)?..
My scanned images - when viewed in the scanner preview - rarely look just as the photo prints looked. Close but not that accurate.This could be to monitor adjustment or merely the scanner default settings.Whatever, I find I always have to 'fix' something with post-processing..
The V700 wasn't mine - I just got to use it and much as I liked it, I still don't own one..
You might get a more learned response from the Retouching forum here - it's the last forum listed. They're very helpful...
I didn't want to double post.... and wasn't sure where a scanning question would go. I'll be heading over to retouching!..