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Re: filmscanners: image samples of digital artifacts
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From: rafeb <email@example.com>
Sent: Thursday, July 19, 2001 7:00 PM
Subject: RE: filmscanners: image samples of digital artifacts
> Hold everything! Do you mean, "Prairie, Northern Tibet?"
> If you're seeing "topo map" effects in the sky, it's
> almost certainly because you have your video set to
> "256 colors." There's no way you want to attempt ANY
> image editing or capture with your screen set that way.
> The sky in the "Prarie" photo looks smooth as silk
> on my PC, with 24 bit video. With the screen set
> to "256 colors" I get topo maps in the sky.
Thanks Rafe. Mine looked smooth as silk too. I couldn't figure out what I
was suppose to be seeing and wasn't. Now I get it.
Actually, no-one COULD edit photos at "256 colors" but they might try at 16
bit. At 16 bit the "topo map" effect" is clearly visible too.
I think you found the problem.