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[filmscanners] Re: Colormatching with Canon S820/S900



Mark Otway wrote:
>
> >> I believe some users say they get usable Vuescanned images
> >> straight off their scanners, without much tweaking in
> >> Photoshop.
>
> I've certainly had some excellent results direct from VS.
>
> I'm by no means a professional photographer; the following examples are
> holiday shots, all taken with a Canon EOS300, and processed at Boots*.
> They were scanned on my LS-40 with Vuescan, saved as Jpegs, and the only
> post-processing I've done is to crop and shrink them to post to the web.
>
>   http://www.otway.com/photos/Film057_Pic020.jpg
>   http://www.otway.com/photos/Film058_Pic025.jpg
>   http://www.otway.com/photos/Film060_Pic018.jpg
>   http://www.otway.com/photos/Film056_Pic035.jpg


Ok, now everybody talks about the hair, which we shall find
and put aside with our united forces around the entire glob.


The major point here is though to the Photoshop friends
or even addicts that you better do not tweak such images
without necessity because they would be than not... genuine.

The term 'improved' is relative.

Thomas.

>
> They could probably be improved with some manipulation, but I'm very
> pleased with the direct results, and haven't had enough time to find my
> way around all of the adjustment facilities in Photoshop 6. In
> particular I've got to have a look at PS6's clean up functions to see if
> I can remove the hair from the top RHS of the fourth photo - it seems a
> hair got stick on the len without us noticing!
>
> Mark
>
> * A chain of pharmacy stores in the UK, for those not familiar with the
> name.

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