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Review the scanning techniques graphics professionals and photographers use, while delving into workflow considerations and the advanced image-quality controls available in most scanning software. Author Taz Tally explains the core concepts, such as how resolution and interpolation affect scans; introduces the industry-standard SilverFast scanning software; and shares the settings to achieve the best results from a scan. The course also covers keeping your scanner and its parts clean and free of dust, and includes a variety of start-to-finish scanning tasks.
Well, this is thank you and good bye and we want to thank you for taking this course and I hope it helps you create wonderful high-quality images you can go forth and be wonderfully creative with them and have great output to your printers, and your web pages, and I don't know, maybe I will see you again somewhere else on Lynda.com. Perhaps, my Photoshop courses or my other scanning course, we talked about documents, and maybe I will see you in my website at taztallyphotography.com and sometime out there in the digital world. Adieu!
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