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[filmscanners] Re: dpi - formerly PS sharpening

Austin writes:

> Where do you set the DPI of the scan?

The DPI of the scan in the image file is set by the scanning software that
creates it.  The Nikon scanners I use routinely set the DPI to the actual
DPI used to create the scan (usually 2700 or 4000, the two resolutions I
most often use).

If I want a different DPI set in the file, I change it in Photoshop with the
Image Size dialog, taking care to uncheck the "Resample" box so that
Photoshop does not try to resample the file to match my new DPI choice.

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