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[filmscanners] RE: PS sharpening

> -----Original Message-----
> From: filmscanners_owner@halftone.co.uk
> I've only just picked up on this topic, so please excuse the lateness of
> this reply, but why are you wanting to downsample your images in PS?
> Increasing the ppi of an image sent to an Epson desktop printer apparently
> improves the image up to a limit of 720ppi.

There are many reasons. On of them is producing images for webpages
including thumbnails.
I trust PS more then the printer driver because I know what is happening in
PS but not what is happening in the printer driver.
You reduce the amount of data you send to the driver.
Storage. I prefer to work on higher resolution images even when later on I
store some of them at only half the resolution.


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