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[filmscanners] Re: Ice cubed

Jack Phipps wrote:
> They will be announced tomorrow at Sebold in NYC. The links should be active
> by 8:00 CST (USA) at www.asf.com. I've been away from the office and I am
> preparing for PMA next week. Sorry for the lack of updates. The Digital ROC
> plug in is somewhat different from the Digital ROC that comes with scanners
> from Nikon and Minolta. Digital ROC for these scanners is designed
> specifically for the characteristics of each scanner. The Digital ROC plug
> in works with any digital image, whether it is scanned from film, scanned
> from a print or from a digital camera. The results are quite similar though.
> The colors are balanced, and when a faded image is processed with the
> Digital ROC plug in, it recovers the colors lost over the years.
> Digital SHO is another amazing tool for working with images. It will gleam
> the detail out of the shadows AND the highlights simultaneously! You have to
> see it to believe it. When you have a little boy sitting under a tree, with
> a white house in the background you usually have to sacrifice either the
> highlight detail or the shadow detail. But when you use Digital SHO, you can
> see the highlight detail and the shadow detail.

I just hope that these will be also standalone tools. I just hate
these plugins. I am not an admirer of Photoshop, to express it very
politely. I will not spend $600 only to be able to use another
(plugin) software.


> I'll try to provide a link to some examples and more information this week.
> Jack Phipps
> Applied Science Fiction

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