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by extreme » 13 Aug 2013, 00:05
But in the end we're splitting hairs, aren't we ?
jpg2000 is awfully slow, tried it.
by moomarc » 13 Aug 2013, 08:31
by woogerboy21 » 13 Aug 2013, 18:35
-> Export as .TIFF (LZW)
4.) Image adjustments (such as blur, un-sharpen, color)
5.) Border / Resize / Export
-> Save as JPG
Any particular reason you perform your steps differently that I may be unfamiliar with since you have more experience?
I've found that after the perspective crop (many times after the clone step) saving that processed image and keeping it as more of a master allows me to go back and produce any type of final product the easiest. Wasn't sure if there is something you have figured out that I have not run into yet.
And I think I have asked in the past, do you keep any type of "master" type unprocessed images on older sets or are they destroyed once the final product is completed? I know Extreme mentioned something about keeping loss less images around would take lots of space up.
by extreme » 14 Aug 2013, 02:49
@woogerboy: You can use any order, the only thing would be that I'd try geometric distortion after the color correction, I think there will be less color artifacts. I might be wrong.
We only keep the processed bordered 600 dpis, i.e. xlhqs size x2. It would be too much to keep anything else. Even so there are tens of gigs of stuff.
by woogerboy21 » 15 Aug 2013, 01:46
Working with Extreme and doing the steps in GIMP it looks like either the filters or filter settings aren't the same and produces results that aren't as up to quality as Photoshop.Huggybaby wrote:For now send a sample to extreme.
We're always interested in new and improved documentation. We'd love to have instructions for using GIMP, unless for some reason it can't do the job Photoshop.
So far slicing, perspective cropping, image resizing, and canvas resizing all work fine. But applying any blur or unsharpen filter may be a problem. I'm planning to see if I can get the setting needed or better filters since you can download and install additional filters in GIMP.
by skibulk » 17 Aug 2013, 00:35
by extreme » 18 Aug 2013, 11:47
by woogerboy21 » 18 Aug 2013, 19:11
by moomarc » 10 Sep 2013, 05:32
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by skibulk » 18 Sep 2013, 18:55
I've also added the clause about matching color to the physical cards.
@tanthorjen & @chillpenguin PM'd you both
Alright guys, right now we've only got Woogerboy21 and Moomarc working on images, we need another one or two volunteers, for an average of 3 hours per month. I've loosened up the requirements to allow for people who would only be doing dust removal, even a caveman could do it
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