I'd like to know how you handle dust and drying marks when scanning your negatives.
I've been trying to get back to doing my own B&W development in the past several weeks due to my dissatisfaction with the results of sending the film out. I realize that one of the things I should do is focus more on prevention when drying my negatives. I've been able to find some good references in past threads on that.
What I'm curious about is what techniques to you use to deal with dust and marks that have made it onto your negs? Since I'm scanning (no wet printing at this time
), photoshop techniques would be of interest as well.
Here's an example of a recent negative that looked to my eye as relatively free from dust until I scanned it.