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[filmscanners] Re: Grain from negs with Multi Pro



Good idea, Hersch.  I do this when tracking down dust, etc. for cloning.

John

At 11:40 PM 02/25/2002 -0800, you wrote:
>I would append to your advice that I find it helps to zoom into the image
>edges till one starts to see individual pixels, then apply the unsharp
>mask, increasing gradually and observing the effect on the preview, until
>strange things start happening, and then back off a bit. In Photoshop,
>there is this little square window that lets one see what happens to a bit
>of the image as one adjusts the slider from minimum to maximum 'amount'.
>Hersch
>
>At 11:03 PM 02/25/2002 -0800, you wrote:
>
>
> >John Pendley wrote:
> >
> > > My scans have improved dramatically since you gave me some
> > > pointers.  Thank's very much.  Grain is no more a problem for me now than
> > > it was in a wet darkroom.
> >
> >
> >I'm really glad to hear that.  It's always nice when I get a bit of
> >positive feedback.  (Publicly, no less... ;-))
> >
> > >
> > > You mention unsharp mask.  I really don't know how this feature should be
> > > used ...
> >
> >
> >Unsharp masking is a tricky process.  It is dependent upon many factors,
> >including image native resolution, color range (or monochrome), type of
> >subject matter, file format the image is going to be stored in after
> >USM, personal preferences, etc.  There are some tutorials on the web
> >which can help, (I think there are some on the Adobe site and others)
> >but a lot is about trial and error and just learning how each slider works.
> >
> >Art
> >
> >
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