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Re: filmscanners: Superia, CM et al

Read the "Advanced Workflow Suggestions" section of the help file and lock in a 
test exposure.  It worked for me on Superia 800..

Working in sRGB is fine, but you might look into profiling your monitor with 
Colorvision's Spyder with Photocal, and into printer profiles using either 
software such as Colorvision's ProfilerPRO, Monaco's EZ-Color, or WiziWYG.

For the basics of Color Management, try these out: 
(see especially the Essay Configuring Photoshop 6 & Colour Management) 
Hope this helps
Maris Lidaka

----- Original Message ----- 
From: "Ken Durling" <kdurling@earthlink.net>
To: <filmscanners@halftone.co.uk>
Sent: Monday, November 26, 2001 12:12 AM
Subject: filmscanners: Superia, CM et al

| Hi folks - 
| I have two questions.  One is I'm having a very hard time scanning
| Superia 400, and there's no setting for it in Vuescan. Colors are
| coming out all wrong even on the scan, and it's very hard to even know
| where to start fixing. What Vuescan settings can I tweak? 
| in some cases I've done quite a lot of work in PSP7 or PElements and
| gotten things pretty good looking, and then when I print it  . . . oy
| vey.   I have one of these new Epson 820s - is anything established
| yet about how good they are at color reproduction?  
| Which leads me to my next question - what is the next step in getting
| into CM?  I understand there are some programs for it?  So far all
| I've done is the gamma calibration offered by Photoshop Elements, but
| I think this is pretty rudimentary.  I realize I probably need to
| learn a lot more about "colorspaces" that I'm working in, but for now
| I'm trying to do everything in sRGB.  
| What are my next steps towards getting really good control over my
| camera to print workflow?    
| Ken Durling
| Photo.net portfolio: 
| http://www.photo.net/shared/community-member?user_id=402251


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