I had a question on scanning Rollei Redbird. I'm not sure if anyone here has used redbird before, but basically it's a film which is loaded backwards in the canister. So with normal film the red layer is in the back, with redbird the red layer is in the front, resulting in some very interesting results. (You can find sample images and information here) So I got a roll of the 120 redbird and it says you can shoot it either as ISO 400 or ISO 800, but that the best results come from metering for ISO 640 So here is an example of my shot from switzerland: (This was shot with a Mamiya RZ67 then scanned with a Canoscan 8800F) On the one hand, I like the effect and it's very cool. On the other hand, it's very very grainy. Does anyone have any tips on how I could make this image look better in photoshop? Or perhaps how I could scan or use it so that I don't see so much grain? Or maybe just some comments on redbird?