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RE: filmscanners: Silverfast Unsharp Mask



RogerMillerPhoto writes ...

> Sharpen only in Photoshop and not at all in Silverfast.  ...

  "Real World PS" would imply something differently.  Blatner & Fraser
separate needs for sharpening into 2 separate phases ... early and late.  A
need for a early sharpening might be because the input device inherently
softens the acquisition.  Whereas the need for "late" sharpening is as a
final step for countering some of the effects (such as resampling) you used
during the editing.  If Silverfast's sharpening is better is debateable, but
you might assume it is a different algorithm especially adapted to scanners.

shAf  :o)




 




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