Scanning product shots


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Scanning product shots

In this movie we are going to address scanning photographs of product shots. We are going to do a continuous tone color image. Products not always but very often represent some unique challenges in terms of scanning and particularly in terms of highlights and shadows and sharpening issues. So let's just dive right in. I've already set our Frame here. The original image was 5x7 so we are going to put out Output at 5x7 because maybe that's how we want this to go in the catalog as a 5x7 image. And while we are here let's go ahead and set. We are going to go to print. Let's set our Quality Factor at 2 and we will set our Line Screen say at 150 so we will get a 300 pixel per inch scan and hold down the Ctrl key.

We will actually scan at 320 because we've got a little bit of a scale of about 101.4%. And we will name it Martinelli's Bottle_RGB_300. So that's all squared around. We will go up to our Scan Type. Go 48->24. Again if you want to do a bunch of editing ...

Scanning product shots
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Scanning product shots provides you with in-depth training on Design. Taught by Taz Tally as part of the Scanning Techniques for Photography, Art, and Design

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