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Old 03-05-2005, 06:18 AM   #29
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Originally Posted by Shane Stanley
Right. I guess my point was that obsession with just resolution alone is mislpaced -- if all the operator is going to do is rescale the image in Photoshop, there's no point. If they're going to go back to an unsharpened original and start again, that's something different -- but how often does that happen?
I would usually place the unsharpened (just scanned) original in the layout, sizing and cropping to suit.

Then once the client had approved the layout, I would go into Photoshop, match the percentage size, crop to match the printout, do whatever I could with the images including unsharp mask, and then swap them for the originals.

But because I was never a great retoucher, I would also supply the original images to the printer; if there was a problem, he could fix them.

   
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