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[filmscanners] Re: JPG sharpening [was: Color spaces for different purposes]



Laurie writes:

> For other than web work, some have suggested
> that saving an image for archival purposes as a LWZ
> compressed TIFF file is the best way to go
> for compression without artifacts.

True--TIFF is lossless, and so it does not create artifacts.

However, if you save an image as JPEG using the lowest (least) possible
compression, the saved version will be essentially identical to the original
scan.  Scans do not contain more detail than a low-compression JPEG can
hold.



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