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BTW, the pics from rip are in .jpeg. Since you have to stitch wallpapers, uploading a png still does make sense.
Personally I like the look of a cleaned up scan vs. a digital raw image. The digital versions look sterile in much the same way a vector trace does. Sort of like how removing all the film grain from a movie takes away all the depth from the image.
The point of scan proccessing is to make them look as digitals, mate.
blooregardo said:
The point of scan proccessing is to make them look as digitals, mate.
I've never felt that way. There is a tipping point where the image is too clean, then it looks flat and lifeless.

Have you ever tried watching your favorite movie with aggressive post-processing to remove all of the noise?

We all have our preferences of course. If everybody agreed with me nobody would make vector traces.
Uh... I didn't get it.

Technically the scan of 2d image, in practice, is actually more close to "aggressive post-processing" image than the raws.

I know someone likes the feeling of noise in old film movies, but the screening is very distinguish from it, not to mention most of scans are just filtered all of them (and details).

In my opinion you maybe more like the oversaturated color, which is the major difference between scans and raws.
Xcalibur said:
Personally I like the look of a cleaned up scan vs. a digital raw image. The digital versions look sterile in much the same way a vector trace does. Sort of like how removing all the film grain from a movie takes away all the depth from the image.
I'm actually speechless.
Yeah I figured nobody would get my point. I'm trying to talk about color science and how the brain processes the information your eyes give it. An image with little to no gradient variation within a specific hue range lacks perceptual depth and appears to be more simple and less detailed. I'm not talking about screening or noise artifacts here, I consider those bad just like everybody else. In other words the small variations in color that are left even after filtering a scan makes your brain believe the image is more intricate.

This probably isn't translating either. Oh well, hey, I was able to render Radioactive speechless. That's an achievement of sorts right?
Xcalibur said:
I've never felt that way. There is a tipping point where the image is too clean, then it looks flat and lifeless.

Have you ever tried watching your favorite movie with aggressive post-processing to remove all of the noise?

We all have our preferences of course. If everybody agreed with me nobody would make vector traces.
I agree. I also feel this way with modern day movies and the production methods for modern day music. It's technically close to 'perfect' but because of that also artificial/sterile in a way.
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