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**How to Convert Color Negatives into Stunning Digital Photos with Negative Lab Pro V1.2.1 Lightroom Plugin Win**

If you have a collection of color negatives that you want to digitize and enhance, you might be wondering how to get the best results. Scanning negatives can be tricky, as you need to invert the colors, adjust the white balance, and correct the tones and colors. Fortunately, there is a plugin for Lightroom that can make this process much easier and faster: Negative Lab Pro V1.2.1.

Negative Lab Pro V1.2.1 is a Lightroom plugin that allows you to convert and edit color negatives directly in Lightroom Classic or Lightroom 6 (historic). It uses a sophisticated algorithm that analyzes the negative and creates a positive image with accurate colors and tones. You can also fine-tune the results with various controls and presets, or use the built-in film profiles to emulate different film stocks.

In this article, we will show you how to use Negative Lab Pro V1.2.1 Lightroom Plugin Win to convert your color negatives into stunning digital photos. You will need the following:

A Windows PC with Lightroom Classic or Lightroom 6 (historic) installed

A license for Negative Lab Pro V1.2.1 (you can download a free trial from their website)

A scanner or a digital camera to capture your negatives

A negative holder or a light box to hold your negatives flat and evenly lit

Let's get started!

Step 1: Install Negative Lab Pro V1.2.1 Lightroom Plugin Win

The first step is to install Negative Lab Pro V1.2.1 on your Windows PC. To do this, simply run the included installer and follow the instructions[^2^]. You will need to have Lightroom Classic or Lightroom 6 (historic) installed prior to running the installer.

After the installation is complete, you will need to activate your license for Negative Lab Pro V1.2.1. To do this, go to File > Plug-in Manager in Lightroom, copy the license from your receipt email, and paste it into the field beside the key symbol (). Then hit the ACTIVATE button[^2^]. You should see a confirmation that the key has been accepted.

Step 2: Capture Your Negatives

The next step is to capture your negatives using a scanner or a digital camera. If you are using a scanner, make sure to scan your negatives as TIFF files with 16-bit color depth and no color correction applied. If you are using a digital camera, make sure to shoot in RAW format with manual exposure and white balance settings.

Whichever method you use, make sure to capture your negatives as flat and evenly lit as possible. You can use a negative holder or a light box to help you with this. Also, try to fill the frame with the negative as much as possible, but leave some space around the edges for cropping later.

Step 3: Import Your Negatives into Lightroom

The next step is to import your negative files into Lightroom. You can do this by using the Import dialog or by dragging and dropping them into the Library module. Once they are imported, you can organize them into folders or collections as you wish.

Step 4: Convert Your Negatives with Negative Lab Pro V1.2.1

The final step is to convert your negatives into positive images with Negative Lab Pro V1.2.1. To do this, select one or more negative files in the Library module, then press Ctrl - Alt - N on your keyboard (or use the menu command File > Plug-in Extras > Negative Lab Pro). This will open up the Negative Lab Pro interface[^1^].

Here, you will see a preview of your converted image, along with various controls and presets to adjust it. The plugin will automatically analyze your negative and apply the best settings for it, but you can also tweak them manually if you want.

Some of the main controls are:

Crop - This allows you to crop your image by dragging 9160f4acd4

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