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[filmscanners] Re: Corrections at 36-bit color depth...



I think some of the less expensive graphics programs out there now are
just great.  In many cases, they have most if not all of the basic tools
Photoshop does.  They sometimes fall down a bit in the pre-press areas,
but otherwise, I rarely suggested Photoshop to anyone but the very most
demanding users who require some of Photoshop's special features, or if
they can get it as a student discount rate.

Art

David J. Littleboy wrote:

> "Arthur Entlich" <artistic-1@shaw.ca> wrote:
>
> The most recent versions have quite a number of features which work at
> 48 bit, although I don't believe everything works in that mode yet.
>
> Having said this, probably the most important areas to have 16
> bit/channel functionality are things like Levels, contrast, brightness,
> hue, color balance, to lessen rounding off error.  It is much less
> important in other areas.
> <<<<<<<<<<<<<<
>
> I've probably said this before, but Picture Window Pro is 48-bit clean.
> Absolutely everything simply works with 16-bit or 48-bit data.
>
> I suspect it's nowhere near as powerful as full Photoshop as a graphics
> design/layout package, but as the first step in one's scanning workflow, it
> seems to be quite the right thing.
>
> David J. Littleboy
> davidjl@gol.com
> Tokyo, Japan
>


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