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Subject: Re: [Leica] Photoshop problem with Cones Inks
From: "James A. Gatlin" <>
Date: Tue, 11 Jun 2002 22:58:12 -0700
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You are using PS7 correct?
Does Genuine Fractal plug into PS7 now?
At their site, they only say a PS7 fix is coming.

By the way.... I like my new 3000... but to be honest, I think the 1280 will
get more use.



> I scan all of my edited negatives and slides at the highest possible dpi
> (4000 on my LS4000) and save that as a Genuine Fractal file along with a
> small jpeg on Kodak Gold Ultima CD's.  Those are filed in filing cabinets
> with the negatives and slides.  An inventory of the CD's and their
> is kept on the computer in my Portfolio program.  For prints, I open the
> file and adjust the levels, resize, remove dust, etc. in Photoshop.  I
> a new file that is the size of the print I want to make and move the photo
> onto that canvas, putting a title underneath and centering the photo.
> file is saved as a tiff and is printed through Piezography software with
> Epson 3000's.  The tiff file is saved on another CD with other files of
> prints.  There is no need to make dupes since I can always print another
> photo exactly the same using that file.
> Hope this helps!
> Tina

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