While some fear slide film for its high contrast, I have long feared color negative film for the mysterious ways it hides its true color. . . . . The solution that I found was inspired by a common practice in digital photography: the white balance card.
There is something magic about the contrast and the brilliance of slide film. Besides looking awesome on a light table, with slide film your process is more complete with the click of the shutter. Negatives seem to be much more open to interpretation in terms of color and contrast which leads to more work at the scanning table and more time behind the computer. Avoiding the computer is one reason so many photographers are shooting film and you are about to see one more reason to spend less time behind your screen. DR5 Lab's DR5 Black and White Transparency Processing! What is it? It is black and white slides; positive black and white images developed from standard, negative, black and white films!