scanner v photoshop software


P

pshaw

is it better to scan in a kodachrome "as is" using my nikon 5000
scanner and fix any problems in photoshop or to adjust the scan with
either the nikon or other software while i'm scanning?

tia

steve
 
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T

tomm42

is it better to scan in a kodachrome "as is" using my nikon 5000
scanner and fix any problems in photoshop or to adjust the scan with
either the nikon or other software while i'm scanning?

tia

steve
I use the curve function in the scanner software, but that is it (for
slides). This just gets the tonal range in the ball park to fine tune
in Photoshop. I generally scan in 16 bit mode too, again better for
working in PS. Sharpening is definitely better in PS, I use Smart
Sharpen, used to use NIK Sharpener.

Tom
 

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