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Re: filmscanners: Colormatch RGB



Rob wrote:
>I found that if I scan using Colormatch
>RGB then open the file in Photoshop *without* doing a profile conversion
>(and yes, I know this is "against the rules"), the colours end up much closer
>to the correct saturation and requires a lot less mucking around.  My only
>frustration with this is that reds seem to behave strangely.  Any area of
>pure red seems to become far too saturated, .......

I scan in Adobe RGB (using Vuescan, Canon FS2710, Kodak Gold 200 negs), and use 
the "same" Adobe colour space in PS, and I have also noticed even then the reds 
are sometimes way over the top, at times clipped looking, even though the 
general saturation is nowhere near excessive. At this stage I have just put it 
down to a peculiarity of Vuescan, as the Canoscan software scans don't have 
this problem.

Colin Maddock
 





 




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