FLAAR Reports - Wide Format Printers

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FLAAR Reports - Wide Format Printers

FLAAR REPORTSPreview of Photo Wide Format Printer Series4Scanners and Scanning 35mm, medium format andlarge format negs and chromes.FLAAR has significant experience as consultant forscanning slide archives, such as for the JapaneseNational Museum. Nicholas Hellmuth started with NikonCoolScan at entry level then began to use the CreoScitexEverSmart Supreme. Currently FLAAR also has aCruse Reprographic scanner systems. These years ofpractice are condensed in this report so you can learnfrom our experience.The entire FLAAR program in digital imaging began withscanning their photographic archive of 50,000 35mmslides and thousands of medium format, 4x5, and 8x10chromes. Here a Scitex EverSmart Supreme scanner atwork in Nicholas’s office in Germany.ContentsAbstractIntroductionColor negativesScanning b+w or scanning color to createb+wHow much DPI do you need?Scanning for the internet, or for home orhobby?Jpeg and compression schemesToaster-shaped scanners for 35mm slidesand negsAuto-loader (especially on Nikon scanners)General information on scanning andscannersScanning objects with relief, or 3-d objectsNewton rings from flatbed scannersScanning into the film grainWhat about the Imacon scanners?Scanners from FujiSweet spotTurnkey systems or scanners as part of apackageKodak photo CDUsing scans on stock photo CDsCreo(Scitex) EverSmart flatbed scannersDrum scannersOlder models of scanners or used scannersUmaxHeidelberg scanners and LinoColor softwareScanner softwareSharpeningDigital imaging softwareRGB vs CMYKStorage of your digital imagesTraining and booksWhere to buyFLAAROther FLAAR reports on scanningGeneralAdvisoryAcknowledgements

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