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  • imann08
    Oversized scans
    by imann08
    I may have to scan an image that is in the 25x21 area. I only have the standard 8.5x11. The one option that I know of is to scan it in pieces and then put it back together on PS. One thing I have read about that though is that you should scan each piece of the image in the same direction and with the...
    04-19-2006, 09:57 PM
  • KevinBE
    Silverfast AI
    by KevinBE
    Does anyone have the AI version of Silverfast? I am really getting into the LE version that came with my Epson 2450. I really like what I can do with it. Their approach to making the tonal corrections in the scan is really good. I also like the descreen filter, it really works well. Only problem...
    11-30-2002, 06:55 PM
  • Mhamill
    scanning a 35mm?
    by Mhamill
    I'm trying to find the right way to do this.
    I have a 35mm strip of film. I need to scan it so that eventually I can print it as a 8.5 x 11. I want to bring it into PSCS & manipulate it first & then take it to be printed. My scanner does do negatives but I'm not sure how to enlarge it...
    06-13-2005, 09:55 AM
  • Stella
    Scanning Heritage Photos
    by Stella
    I will be scanning in a bunch of heritage photos. In most cases these are the only copies and the original negatives are long gone. Some of them are in pretty bad condition. Some are very faded.

    I will be working on the photos in Photoshop, but what I would like at this time is some...
    12-13-2003, 03:40 PM
  • airubin
    Nikon ES4000 scanner
    by airubin
    I just got my new Nikon ES4000. It is too early to give you any meaningful comments as I’ve only spent about 1 hour of non-installation time with it. The Nikon techie suggested that I use as much memory as possible, so I upgraded my Dell laptop from 96 MB to 512 MB. I’ve been planning to do this...
    03-18-2002, 03:48 PM
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