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[filmscanners] Re: Epson Printing Post Scanning...continued



Howard

If you are using PS6 then there is a bit which is   -- EDIT>Print with preview  
 -- you can
print without resizing the image   -- to fit the paper.

If you don't have PS6 then Paint shop pro has such to print from.   I would try 
this method
as I do think that you may be throwing heaps away before sending it to the 
printer.

I may be wrong (and stand to be corrected) but these are my thoughts.

Rob


MSDOC@aol.com wrote:

> Oops...I forgot.
>
> In regards to my previous post about prints post scanning I forgot to mention
> how I prepped the image to be sent to the printer....for 2 reasons....in case
> it effects the way it should print that might in tern explain what I am
> seeing and also so I can find out from you guys if I am doing the conversion
> correctly.
>
> I am starting with a 4000ppi image with the scan being the same size as the
> slide when I scan in Vuescan.  When I print in PS I go to Image Size and then
> change the image size to, say 8x10 with image proportions constrained and
> change the resolution to 360 dpi.  I check the box to allow resampling to be
> done (is this correct when you are decreasing the resloution, my
> understanding is that the optimal res to send to the printer is 360 and that
> it is better to send 360 dpi than to send more and have the printer driver
> sort it out).  Then it gets sent to the printer.
>
> Any help appreciated.
>
> Howard
> HMSDOC@aol.com
>

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