One of the mostly overlooked features in SilverFast is HiRePP which stands for High Resolution Picture Performance. It lets users open huge files in almost no time, even gigabytes picture files can be opened by SilverFast HDR or HDR Studio within seconds for editing.
Entries Tagged as 'analogue'
December 20th, 2010 · No Comments · analogue photography, Digital Photography, HowTo, News, Processing, Quicktips, Scanner, SilverFast, Tips and Tutorials
February 10th, 2010 · No Comments · analogue photography, Digital Photography, Distraction, Humour, Photography, Video
Really cool video made from a combination of old cameras mixed together with modern day sound and video. I even recognized some cameras I used to photograph with – back in the days. [vimeo 8892601] [via jnack]
November 13th, 2009 · No Comments · analogue photography, Flickr, News, Photography, Scanner, SilverFast
A little while ago we announced our dedicated SilverFast Flickr-group here on our blog. We just discovered another interesting Flickr-group that is part of a cool photo competition, started and prominently endorsed by the popular german magazin Spiegel Online. Filmchemie is the Flickr-group for a series of articles on film-based photography and they regularly showcase [...]
July 24th, 2009 · 1 Comment · analogue photography, HDR, HowTo, News, Photography, Processing, Scanner, SilverFast, Tips and Tutorials
In response to many customers’ requests LaserSoft Imaging has decided to provide every SilverFast SE Plus and SilverFast Ai version with the Multi-Sampling feature from today. Image noise does occur quite often during the scanning process, especially in the darker areas of images. The CCD sensors are taking a very small amount of light here. [...]
November 21st, 2008 · No Comments · News, Processing, Quicktips, Scanner, SilverFast, Tips and Tutorials
With the introduction of the Automatic Frame Detection multiple reflective or transparent images can now be selected, scanned and optimized automatically with a single mouse-click. This comes in especially handy when scanning away a analogue archive of slides or reflective originals.