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Hey y'all,

Barbara may have hit on the answer for color shift in the legs.

The use of a non-photographic lens (ie Leica scope) vs. color coated
photographic lenses as in the Mavica could be what is being seen as a
shift in leg color.  Digital capturing devices are sensitive to UV
influences and often show a shift to magenta if non-coated lenses are
used.  It is more likely that (if this is the problem) the colors
presented by the Mavica lens are truer than those from the scope.

If, as Clay suggests, a shift was caused through scanning, the entire
image would show the shift not just one section (ie the legs).

Regards,
Lee F. Snyder
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St. Petersburg, FL
www.Lee-Snyder.net

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