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RE: filmscanners: Color saturation with Vuescan

--- shAf <michael@shaffer.net> wrote:
> Tony writes ...
> > On Tue, 27 Mar 2001 19:31:32 -0800 (PST)  Jon
> > (jake66_94707@yahoo.com) wrote:
> >
> > >  sRGB seems to give more saturated image than AdobeRGB
> > > when scanning with Vuescan, although I don't know why.
> >
> > I believe Vuescan probably still only really works to
> > sRGB internally, so when you select a wider output
> > space such as AdobeRGB, sRGB gamut occupies a subset
> > of that space.
>       It is important to realize if the observation is "more saturated as
> viewed with Vuescan" OR "as viewed with Photoshop".  If the
> observation is with respect to Vuescan, sRGB or AdobeRGB data is
> viewed in monitor space, in which case AdobeRGB will naturally appear
> less saturated, and sRGB be appear more correct because it is a
> psuedo-monitor space.  If you scan into a variety of color spaces,
> and
> view them all with PS6, they should all appear the same (PS6 being
> the
> necessary software, you cannot do all co-existingly with PS5).
> shAf  :o)

Well, of course viewing in PS6. For me, there is no point in trying to
evaluate an image by viewing within Vuescan! So, yes they appear
different in PS6, with each image in its respective color space.


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