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[filmscanners] Re: Color spaces for different purposes



Yes - definitely TIFF for printing, but sharpen after you resize.

I'm not familiar with Vuescan's "for print" output setting, since I output
to PS anyway.

Maris

----- Original Message -----
From: "Ken Durling" <kdurling@earthlink.net>
To: <mlidaka@ameritech.net>
Sent: Saturday, June 08, 2002 11:55 AM
Subject: [filmscanners] Re: Color spaces for different purposes


On Sat, 8 Jun 2002 11:33:05 -0500, you wrote:

>Probably the artifacts created in the compression process.  It would
>probably be better to convert to JPG first and then sharpen.


But when printing it's best to go direct from the TIFF isn't it?  This
is where I run into it.  When producing for the web, yes, I go to jpeg
and then sharpen.  Actually, I often resize the TIFF to the pixel size
I want, do the rest of my editing and then sharpen just before
converting to JPEG.  I get good results this way.    Come to think of
it, I see a lot more sharpening effect when the TIFF has been resized
than before - let alone the JPEG.

 I also haven't experimented with the "for print" output setting in
Vuescan - any idea what this does differently?


Ken

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