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Can I easily and automatically fix contrast and color on a 35mm scan that contains sprocket holes?

Someone helped me on a couple of different websites, so I am going to reply to my own question using their idea in case it can help people in the future. Select a part of the image that doesn’t have ...
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How can I correct for GND color cast between filtered and unfiltered areas, in post?

Re-doing colour balance in Photoshop is kind of bad idea since there are some colour modifications (LUTs) applied when developing. In a perfect world I'd love to re-do the raw data in Photoshop or ...
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How can I correct for GND color cast between filtered and unfiltered areas, in post?

Just me, but you're approaching the task the wrong way with the wrong tool. The simplest and easiest way to address this issue is to a) get yourself a GND filter that's actually neutral if it's adding ...
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Can I easily and automatically fix contrast and color on a 35mm scan that contains sprocket holes?

In Gimp I would do: Using the Select by color tool (not the Wand), click in one of the sprocket holes (this should select all of them) ...
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