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[filmscanners] Re: B & W - Tips required...


> As I noted in the end of my previous message, I would not scan the image



Just replied to Austin... actually wasn't thinking... as the Nikon LS 4000ED
anyway scans in RGB and then converts to grayscale... might as well scan in
RGB and do any conversions, if necessary, in an image editing software. That
being said... really, i think, my question boiled down to better prints from
an RGB source or a Grayscale source. (A bureau guy i spoke to here suggested
CMYK!)... So... thanks for the advice/tips... shall just scan as RGB...
reduce the red cast (please see my reply to Austin on this issue) and send
her RGB files at 300 dpi/ppi...

Thanks for the input....

Cheers and regards...


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