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


Thanks for the input...

Did realise that the file type would be output dependent.... which is why i
was really getting confused as to whether to go the RGB or Grayscale rout...
think it's  clear now... shall send both versions and dependent on her
'printer' he can use either. If he wants CMYK... just too bad :)



----- Original Message -----
From: "LAURIE SOLOMON" <laurie@advancenet.net>
To: <shunith@vsnl.com>
Sent: Monday, January 06, 2003 11:13 AM
Subject: [filmscanners] RE: B & W - Tips required...

Not to prolong this; but the responses of Grayscale, CYMK, and RBG are
dependent on the type of printing that will be done to produce the final
prints from the file.  Most selections of a color mode is done based ont he
knowledge of the final end printing process to be used.  Each of your
respondents typically has assumed a particular method of printing to be used
in printing the final output; you however have no knowledge of what it will
be so you need to select the one that permits the most options and let the
quality factors fall where they may to be corrected by the printer in the
final printing process.  Ultimately, you know that if the RBG is on the warm
side that any grayscale rendition of that file unless corrected by the
printer will make the reddish casts a form of gray.  So by lightening the
reddish casts in RGB, you can assume that the gray they are rendered as will
also be a lighter shade of gray.

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