i figured it out for the most part. there were fibers and stuff on the negatives thanks to walgreens not being super professional. even though my friend was careful and made sure he did carelessly develop my film he still uses a machine that does it automatically and has no control over how crappy of a job it does i guess. but yea i wiped the negatives with a glasses cloth and the looked better
i decided to scan at 48 bit color just because i guess unless im suggested otherwise. and at like 3200 dpi. so it takes about 3-4 mins per frame which isnt terrible. they are looking pretty solid in my book. i know they arent perfect and i iknow 35mm doesn scan very well anyway. but they look pretty decent and im pretty sure i didnt nail focus nearly as well as my 7D does but not too shabby i think.
i have unsharpen set to medium and the digital ICE thingy that cleans up scratches and dust on as well and it looks pretty good. i dont know if most of the scratches are my camera doing it or the machine at walgreens. ill be glad when i develop myself in a few weeks
also there are goofy looking colored marks on the scans that i am not sure what i did wrong with the settings thats making it happen lol.
ill post some samples so i can get suggestions on how to do it betterEdited by Conspiracy - 4/11/12 at 7:02pm