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[filmscanners] Re: Need some tips on Vuescan



>>> One tip given here was to save as 16/48 bit RGB and then convert to
>>> B&W in PS if i needed to...

>> if you  don't like how Vuescan does the RGB-to-Gray conversion, then
>> scan to a raw file (with proper exposure) and use your image editor
to
>> do the conversion.

>By raw scan, i presume you mean the scanned tif version... not the raw

No, I really mean the "raw" file, not the (Vuescan-adjusted) "scan"
file.

But *I* dont't use that option - after all, Vuescan has special
knowledge about the input data (i.e. that it is data from a specific
Vuescan-controlled scanner); an image editor knows only that it is
working on an RGB image created by an unknown source.

I always try to make Vuescan create the final result, or at least
something that is very close to it.

/Peder Skyt

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