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Re: Scanning dpi and epson papers was Re: filmscanners: Repro house skirmishing



Rob wrote:

>... most people (if not everyone) scans a source file at 2700dpi (or
whatever their maximum optical scanner resolution is) and change the output
dpi later in Photoshop or whatever editor they use.

For people merely documenting a roll of film or a box of slides (which
presupposes not being *super-critical* of the output other than that the
black/white points are fairly stable), using a lower scan resolution (1350
to 300, in reverse order) is much faster.

This, of course, is the "Exception that proves the Rule."

Best regards--LRA


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