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[filmscanners] Re: Postprocessing - Resizing for screen display



Thanks Al for responding (and for your previous response that went astray).

The only reason I brought the issue up is because sometimes people who
switch to LCD screens aren't aware that images outside of the native can
degrade moreso than with CRT technology which doesn't directly translate
require a pixel in the image to a pixel physically of the screen for
best results, as in LCD technology.

Using USM on screen images also requires a somewhat different approach
for best viewability than when it is translated to printed hard copy, as
you have determined.

Art

Al@greenspace.freeserve.co.uk wrote:
> Art,
>
>
>
>>I asked if the person's wife was using an LCD screen and if so, if the
>>image had been set to the monitor's native resolution, but I have
>>never heard any further feedback, so I didn't delve any further into
>>it.
>
>
> I did reply to you on Friday but can't recall seeing it on the list.  I 
> replied to the
> other posters (Laurie, Carlisle and Francis) and those seem to be AWOL as
> well.
>
> I won't write too much here, in case it goes astray, but yes the images have
> been resized to match the native monitor resolution.  Francis sent some useful
> links and I'm revisiting the whole issue of using sharpening masks.  These 
> look
> to be the key in getting the sort of results I'm after.
>
>
>
> Al Bond
>
>

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