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My first scan

CanoScan LiDE 200 at 600dpi, and 3 Photoshop filters(Despeckle, Dust and Scratches at 2px and threshold of 6, Auto Levels)
Not bad as a first try

The next you have to do first is don't forget adding the artist tag for images you scanned ;)

(I think the most important thing all scanners have to is respect the original artists and don't forget their names)
Problem is I don't know who the artist is...so I thought someone else should tag it.

It seems the circle is RISEBOX and the artist is haco but I wasn't sure so I didn't tag it.
if you copied them regardless of it's correct or not, then someone can google them easily ;)
happyhobo898 said:
CanoScan LiDE 200 at 600dpi,
how fast does lide200 scan a full dina4 color page @600 dpi without internal descreening? how fast is it with descreening?
how fast with 1200dpi ?
tips:
FM screening has 300lpi quality, and the highest quality AM screening is also 300lpi. you need to scan lpi*1.5~2.0 dpi because of the difference of alignment between prints (e.g. AM screening is aligned as like honeycomb pattern) and digital, so 600dpi is standard scanning resolution. there are no meaning to scan over lpi*2.0 because the print hasn't no more fine details.
even I couldn't find any quality difference between 400dpi scan & 600 dpi scan when I scanned AM175lpi.
happyhobo898 said:

My first scan

CanoScan LiDE 200 at 600dpi, and 3 Photoshop filters(Despeckle, Dust and Scratches at 2px and threshold of 6, Auto Levels)
color and rest looks good but now comes the hard part. Despeckle, dust and scratches destroy details like the fist of the north star, especially if you didn't mask them. I'd reccomend to start using greycstoration+masks if you want to retain more detail as possible ( since you went for the digital way of storing then, might as well store them with the maximum quality possible right?. If you see you can't get good result immediatly, you can always upload raws, lot of members would sure love to help you editing.
For now I've just been scanning and saving raws. My laptop here can't handle processing well, so I'm waiting till I get back home in 3 months and can use my desktop.

I'm slowly uploading raws to the server. And anyone who wants to edit my raws is more than welcome.

@MDGeist: A4 at 600dpi no filtering takes a little less than 45sec

@midziki: You wanted traumatize books right? I have Harmonize and Glittering Wish scans if your interested
of cause I want them :3
could you give them to me in someway?
I have to keep raws of his works to reedit them someday after I invented the best way of filter out paper texture. filtering paper texture is the only issue I couldn't and should get over it.
I suspect it's not possible to filter paper texture from a regular scan. I think the only real way to do it is by scanning differently (two-pass scanning, two-bulb scanning, using a camera, etc).
I'll put the raw scans up on moe's server. Harmonize is already up there, and will scan Glittering wish soon.

Also, midzki you're in Japan right? I can consider mailing them to you if you want(the actual books)
thanks, I set those links to download (120kb/s*5.. not bad :3)
I'll PM you about the actual books.
petopeto said:
I suspect it's not possible to filter paper texture from a regular scan. I think the only real way to do it is by scanning differently (two-pass scanning, two-bulb scanning, using a camera, etc).
fff... I got the news of the epson's newest scanner which have twin LED technology.
following its document, "with two direction lighting, it can reduce shadows caused by paper's creases or wrinkles"" :3