Scanning simple line art and keeping it as pixels


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Scanning simple line art and keeping it as pixels

In this movie, what I'd like to show you is taking exactly the same image that we scanned in the previous video that's called simple line art scanned to vectors. I'm going to show you a little bit different way to treat this image. In this case, we're going to scan an image as pixels, and plan to leave it as pixels, rather than take it to vectors. When would you do this? Well, let's say that you didn't have a program that worked with vectors, or you wanted to put this on a Web page as a JPEG file rather than as a vector-based file. What I want to show you is how to capture simple line art, some adjustments we're going to make to give you the highest quality image possible.

First thing we want to do is we want to enlarge the view of our image a little bit. I want to just talk about our image. Remember, before, we did the 16 bit to 1 bit which worked really well for converting to vectors because we had a very consistent edge of our pixels. But if we're going ...

Scanning simple line art and keeping it as pixels
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Scanning simple line art and keeping it as pixels provides you with in-depth training on Photography. Taught by Taz Tally as part of the Scanning with SilverFast

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Photography
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SilverFast
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