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There will be minimal benefit from scanning prints at 2400dpi, as opposed to 1200dpi. Most prints do not benefit from being scanned at resolutions higher than about 200-300 dpi. Reasons to use higher resolutions include being able to make enlargements. There is more to scan quality than resolution, like color depth, noise, and dynamic range. However, these ...


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Ignore the Media White Point in Scanner Profiles I want to profile my scanner using an IT8.7/2 chart. Analyzing the ICC profile I generated it shows that the Media White Point is close to D65 illuminant (6501K). What does this mean? For reflection scanners, nothing. And the Media White Point in an ICC scanner profile is not that of the scanner's illuminant....


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