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RE: filmscanners: Tweaking images in PS6



-----Original Message-----
>>  Is it better to do all possible tweaking in 48 bit
>> mode, one after the other, which needs rendering the picture each
time, or
>> is it better to convert the image to 8 bit and use adjustment
layers which
>> renders the image just once.

>48bit, definitely, is better for data precision.

>From fairly unscientfic messing around here, applying layers doesn't
actually
>seem to give be any less destructive than successive separate
operations. The
>advantage appears to be flexibility and workflow AFAICT.
>Tony Sleep

I experimented with correcting old Ek slides using layers in PS and
found that when printed on an EPSON 870, it appeared that there was a
greenish layer over the original image. When I worked on the image
directly and printed it on the same printer it looked normal, i.e. no
green haze. Was I doing something wrong in not combining the layers
before printing?

Orion Knox




 




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