Originally Posted by brbo
That's to a thread I started which explored the options pretty extensively, many good contributions there, and test sample files are linked. I believe there are several good solutions there for Photoshop.
At the moment, my favored solution for Photoshop is an inversion action by RFF member @adriang and documented in thread "New CN inversion action"
I do not know of a good solution for Lightroom.
And, there's potential in doing this with your iPhone. Seriously. See FilmLabApp.com
and some postings
here. 12MPx iPhones have plenty of resolution. We don't have quite the right lenses for working with 35mm negatives. The color fidelity with FilmLab is getting closer and closer. I say keep an eye on the iPhone options.
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