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[filmscanners] Re: FW: Software question re Nikon Coolscan 4000ED

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  • Subject: [filmscanners] Re: FW: Software question re Nikon Coolscan 4000ED
  • From: "Jim Cadien" <jcadien1@cox.net>
  • Date: Sun, 06 Oct 2002 18:44:32 -0700
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My question would be:  if you use photoshop after scanning, why not just obtain 
the raw
scanned data and work on that.  In that way the software used for scanning 
should not
really matter.

Jim Cadien

Haydn wrote:

> Dear All,
> I have been watching with interest the mail that passes on this board
> for around 3 months now; as background info, I am an amateur
> photographer and have just purchased a Nikon Coolscan 4000ED with
> which I hope to digitise >20 years of accumulated photos from around
> the globe.
> Since I am a newcomer and a beginner to scanning, can anyone point me
> to where I can find information on the relative merits of the
> Nikonscan 3.1.2 software as against Vuescan or indeed any other
> scanning software for that matter. Thus far I have only dipped my toe
> gently into the water and after importing scanned images into
> Photoshop I do my tweaking there and am reasonably happy with the
> results
> obtained.
> I have already found the limitations of the ICE feature which
> sometimes works on an image and then again, more often than not, most
> definitely doesn't, but I am sure there are untold wonders on the road
> ahead and would like to get to them in the shortest and least painful
> manner.
> Sorry to go over old ground and I hope that my question
> doesn't upset anyone's applecart.
> Regards and thanks.
> Haydn

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