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[filmscanners] Re: My Public Apology



on 4/17/02 2:37 PM, Anthony Atkielski at anthony@atkielski.com wrote:
> For an example of a recent scan, see
>
> http://www.atkielski.com/Wallpapers/images/EiffelInvalidesPaper1600x1200.jpg
>
> This is a scan of a Velvia 6x6 transparency, ICE set to normal, no GEM or
> ROC, no other adjustments, and then tweaked in Photoshop (slight adjustments
> to levels).  There is more detail in the shadows than you see in this image,
> but I couldn't find a way to drag it out without blowing out the brighter
> parts of the image, and Photoshop won't let me do much in the way of
> selective masking in 16-bit mode.
>
> If you download the image and open it in Photoshop, it will look better (if
> you have monitor compensation turned on), because it is encoded for Adobe
> 1998 RGB.
>
> The original scan is 40 times larger than this downsampled image.
>
> If you have a Mac, try
>
> http://www.atkielski.com/Wallpapers/images/NotreDame1600x1024.jpg
>
> This was scanned from a 6x6 Provia 100F transparency, same parameters as
> above, but encoded in Apple RGB (looks dark on a PC, but should look correct
> on a Mac).  Replace 1600x1024 with 1600x1200 to see a PC version.
>
When I went to the link for the medium format image, I got a message saying
that the image was not available in a resolution for my screen...that's odd.
I have an Apple 17" LCD that displays 1024x1280.  Usually I can pan the
image with the slide bars if it's larger than that.  Maybe this is where I
need to upgrade to OS 9.1 (from 9.0.4)?

Berry


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