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[filmscanners] Re: Grain from negs with Multi Pro

I would append to your advice that I find it helps to zoom into the image
edges till one starts to see individual pixels, then apply the unsharp
mask, increasing gradually and observing the effect on the preview, until
strange things start happening, and then back off a bit. In Photoshop,
there is this little square window that lets one see what happens to a bit
of the image as one adjusts the slider from minimum to maximum 'amount'.

At 11:03 PM 02/25/2002 -0800, you wrote:

>John Pendley wrote:
> > My scans have improved dramatically since you gave me some
> > pointers.  Thank's very much.  Grain is no more a problem for me now than
> > it was in a wet darkroom.
>I'm really glad to hear that.  It's always nice when I get a bit of
>positive feedback.  (Publicly, no less... ;-))
> >
> > You mention unsharp mask.  I really don't know how this feature should be
> > used ...
>Unsharp masking is a tricky process.  It is dependent upon many factors,
>including image native resolution, color range (or monochrome), type of
>subject matter, file format the image is going to be stored in after
>USM, personal preferences, etc.  There are some tutorials on the web
>which can help, (I think there are some on the Adobe site and others)
>but a lot is about trial and error and just learning how each slider works.
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