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re: filmscanners: VueScan 7.1.17 Available



Alan Womack wrote:

> Ed:
> 
> What type of adjustment in gamma and the white point % do you suggest for
> mimicing the effect of Brightness from Vuescan 7.1.16?
> 
> I'd have to agree with an earlier poster that using brightness was nice
> for just bringing up the shadows a bit where gamma would shove the
> brighter parts of the image up too much.  I routinely use a white point of
> .1 or .01 or .001 and there isn't a whole lot of room to bring that down!
> 

I'd go along with this.  I too often use Brightness to bring up the shadows 
without over 
compressing highlight detail.  Using gamma adjustments (in VS or Photoshop) or 
levels/curves never seem to give as natural or smooth an effect as Brightness.  
But 
then again, I know I'm no Photoshop wiz so I might be missing something 
obvious....


Al Bond




 




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