The choices are 8, 10 or 12; a larger number means more colors and a more realistic image but larger file size. These two slides were scanned in with different scanners. The window is shown to the right. Ignore the others for now. It is located in the Research Lab.
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Starting at the top: I then cut and paste from this composite image in Photoshop. It has an optical resolution of up to dpi, and can scan transparencies as well as reflective originals.
AGFA StudioCam –
New from the menu. If the computer cannot find the scanner, you must shut the computer off – rebooting it will have no effect. This will start the FotoLook software. A new window will open in Photoshop with the scanned image. The choices are 8, 10 or 12; a larger number means more colors and a more realistic image but larger file size. If the instructions above do not provide a satisfactory scan, you can use the wizard to set up the scanner. If the Nikon LS is not available to scan slides or film, this scanner is your best bet.
For slides or negatives, you will want to set the input ppi higher than abfa typically settings of to xgfa give you a decent-sized image. These two slides were scanned in with different scanners. AutoLevels from the menu. The preview and scanned images will be dark. Special instructions for slides and negatives are found below. It is located in the Research Lab.
There are also several film holders to hold film of various types flat on the screen. Select the area you want to scan, then start the wizard using the wizard button on the toolbar.
Set it between and to scan slides or negatives. Turn off the computer and all peripherals.
You cannot edit any of the images opened in Photoshop without first closing the Fotolook window. Click on Preview to get a preview of the image. Paste from the menu. Click on Scan to scan the image. Using the mouse, draw a rectangle on the preview image of the area you want to make a final scan of.
The window is shown to the right.
Ignore the others for now. With the computer started, use either the desktop icon or the Start menu to start Adobe Photoshop. When scanning slides, I typically lay 4 to 8 slides on the Arcus and scan them all at once. It does not cover the entire agva, however, so a special overlay is available to lay on the glass.
Agfa SnapScan e20 – flatbed scanner Series
Please note that it is absolutely vital to turn power on to the scanner before turning on the computer. You have 3 choices, Reflective, Transparent, or Negative. Go to the new file which is automatically sized to accommodate the image.
In Photoshop, choose File: Bits per Color affects how many colors are displayed. If you are scanning slides or negatives, the transparency adapter of the Arcus II is built in.