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Re: filmscanners: Dust removal software?



I have a SS4000 and am getting exquisitely sharp and detailed scans that
print well to 13x19 on my Epson 1270.  How can I say this simply?  To avoid
dust, just take care of your transparencies!  I use a dust removal brush
before scanning and then the rubber stamp tool to take care of the few
remaining problems.  It's worth it for me because I am creating files to be
printed at a service bureau on a Lightjet 5000 and displayed as art, so
color correction and image management always takes longer than spotting and
sharpness is extremely important.  Also, if you get a SS4000, buy a plastic
sewing machine dust cover to minimize dust getting into the works.  Good
luck!

----- Original Message -----
From: Barbara & Martin Greene <martbarb@earthlink.net>
To: <filmscanners@halftone.co.uk>
Sent: Saturday, September 01, 2001 7:08 AM
Subject: filmscanners: Dust removal software?


> As I'm not happy with the softening of images that seems to come with the
> excellent dust removal cab abilities of Digital ICE, and can still return
it
> and get another machine.  I'd appreciate information from users of the
> Canonscan 4000 and the Polaroid 4000 as to how these machines handle it.
I
> do want to be able to remove some of the junk, but would be willing to do
a
> little work the rubber stamp in Photoshop if I could retain a sharper
image.
>
> Martin
>




 




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