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Re: Unsharp mask was Re: filmscanners: Getting started question
At 07:44 AM 7/15/01 -0400, Todd wrote:
>You are doing yourself a great injustice to dismiss the work of Margulis
>based upon his style. He is an iconoclast who bases his approach on what
>works in the real world, as opposed to the theoretical, and is hell bent on
>dismantling many of our conventional wisdoms, and the pundits who support
>I think you might actually like him. ;-)
Knowing what I know of Austin, I agree. I'd
proudly include Austin among my favorite high-
tech Luddites. Anyone that swears by and uses
a ten-year old film scanner is worthy of membership.
>But, one thing you should know, his emphasis is on color work destined for
>press. However, if you are interested in the architecture of Photoshop, in
>my humble estimation, he's the Dean of the university.
.. but not necessarily the Color Management Department. <g>
Funny how geniuses (like Margulis) often have a point
at which they stop believing. For Margulis, it's color
management. For Einstein, it was quantum mechanics.