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AuthorSubject: Photoshop or Silverfast   [Go to Bottom of Page]
Bruce Lewis
Posted on Sat Jun 14, 2003 8:55 AM

As noted in an earlier thread, I am now the fortunate beneficiary of an Epson 3200. It comes with Silverfast AI software. In many ways this software provides the same functionality as Photoshop.

Which software should I use for processing my images--Photoshop or Silverfast?

One principle that I have heard about is to use the scanner software to do whatever is needed to capture the image, including anything that controls how the scanner actually performs the capture, and to do the rest in Photoshop. A good part of what Silverfast does appears to be with the data after it has been captured. Therefore, it is partially an alternative to Photoshop.

Ian Lyon has much extremely helpful material on Silverfast on his website. I believe he uses Silverfast to do many things that could be done in Photoshop. Andrew Rodney had some complimentary things to say about Silverfast in an article in March 2000 available on his website as a pdf (including a somewhat reduced image of Tosh the dog).

Any help would be appreciated.

Thanks.

Bruce


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