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[filmscanners] B&W/Grayscale/desaturation and all that !

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  • Subject: [filmscanners] B&W/Grayscale/desaturation and all that !
  • From: "myles" <dryden@mgt.gla.ac.uk>
  • Date: Sun, 3 Feb 2002 12:48:54 -0000
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I am new to this list and relatively new to digital photography  --
scanners etc .

I am interested in Black and white work and have been following
the recent postings concerning
BW/Grayscale/RGB/desaturation/etc issues with great interest .

Some contributors have suggested that some of the different
approaches produce rather small differences.

Given my fairly basic equipment:

               Epson 1640SU (flatbed) scanner
               Epson Stylus Photo 870 Printer

I normally am scanning( with VUESCAN) 35mm print film and
trannies (but sometimes 6 x 9  film).I also use PS6 . What I am
trying to do is improve the quality of my prints(especially B&W)
,BUT I am wondering whether it makes any sense (given my low
spec kit)for me to worry about the issues being raised  by
contributors on this topic ?

Comments and suggestions will be much appreciated.


Myles Dryden

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