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[filmscanners] Re: Color spaces for different purposes

On Sat, 8 Jun 2002 11:56:29 -0500, you wrote:

>Theoretically maybe; but out of curiosity, how does one do this in actuality
>when one would have to first decompress the JPG file before one could carry
>out the sharpening operations.  Afterwhich, one would then recompress the
>file again in its altered state which would be what typically causes the
>artifacts and deterioration in JPG files to begin with?

Yes, I realized after I typed that what I actually do is resize the
TIFF, edit,  * sharpen * and THEN go to JPEG.  It's in this resized
TIFF that I see the increased sharpening or USM effects, over the raw
intitial file. 

Ken Durling

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