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Book Review: Mastering Digital Photography and Imaging(Updated)
Monday April 26, 2004
by IR Staff

IR Staff reviews Peter K. Burian's latest book, "Mastering Digital Photography and Imaging."

Digital Workflow for RAW Processing: Part IV - Batch
Thursday April 1, 2004
by Jeff Schewe

The fourth in a five part series, Jeff demonstrates the application of settings from one image to a series of images within Photoshop.

PDF Presentations
Thursday March 11, 2004
by John Paul Caponigro

John Paul Caponigro discusses an under-used feature of Photoshop. Allowing you to use the automate function to create universally viewable PDF slideshows!

Black and White Conversion
Monday March 8, 2004
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A outline of Black and White conversions as well as a free Photoshop Action.

Digital Workflow for RAW Processing: Part III - White Balance
Monday March 8, 2004
by Jeff Schewe

Third in a five part series, Jeff Schewe demonstrates how to achieve an accurate White Balance when using Camera Raw.

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AuthorSubject: Nik Sharpener Pro settings   [Go to Bottom of Page]
Marco Passanisi
Posted on Tue Jul 15, 2003 12:44 PM

Hi, using this program I think that some settings are quite intuitive and others not.

So, some questions: printing from an Epson 2100 at 1440 dpi (print resolution, image is at 300 dpi), is correct to set "Printer" at 1440x720 (or is better/recommende 1440x1440) and "Printer quality" at "Good" (if is not good an Epson 2100...).

Other question regarding image size and eye distance. Printing an A4 I use "Book", but whith an A3 or A3+, which settings are recommended? Large box or small poster?

To end, what do you think, generally speaking, about this program? Before reading Real World PS 7 and Photoshop Color Correction (M.Kieran) I used it a lot. Now after the discovery of great power of PS USM, selective sharpening, etc., I'm tempted to ignore it and use only PS, but when in hurry is always a good alternative to PS or it's better to forget it? (is correct for example compare Nik Sharpener to Levels and PS USM to Curves ?).

Best regards


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