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RE: filmscanners: Scanner resolution (was: BWP seeks scanner)

> The red channel, OTOH, is the one with the best contrast,
> almost always.

I believe the green has the best contrast, and is the sharpest.  Even on the
snippet you sent me, I believe green has far better contrast, and is the
sharpest.  Blue was muddy, and red is not near as sharp.

> According to Biedney/Monroy/Moody ("Photoshop Channel
> Chops") the conversion to grayscale in Photoshop uses
> the following proportions:  30% red, 59% green, 11% blue.

And that gives you a fuzzy conversion...

Which brings me back to my point that a ND filter is probably the best way
to scan B&W ;-)


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