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filmscanners: All that said...
I do agree, but I work mostly with slides, and my experience is that Vuescan
can produce very good scans without further manipulation with Photoshop.
Using the settings for transparency, color->neutral and tweaking white point
and gamma settings gives very good results from Fujichrome slides. using
slide settings and color->"white balance" gives results which are less to my
> "Mark Van Buskirk" <email@example.com> wrote:
> > but that point is moot, as they don't support the Canon FS4000. I've
> > with all the Vuescan settings for HOURS and HOURS, but I just can't seem
> > get a nice, rich scan without dragging it in to Photoshop.
> Unless the story has changed, AIUI the purpose of Vuescan was to get the
> most data out of the scanner and into a file which can then be tweaked in
> Photoshop. If you're expecting the output from Vuescan to already be the
> finished product I think you'll be disappointed. I find that doing a quick
> levels adjustment usually brings the colour to where it should be.
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