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Entries from February 29th, 2016

Mac & i – SilverFast “Against Decomposition”

February 29th, 2016 · No Comments · News, Reviews, Scanner, SilverFast

SilverFast “Against Decomposition” Digitizing Photos, Slides and Negatives, Part 1 “Winter time is best to recover analog image treasures and to store them digitally in high quality or to make them available to others. The instruments therefore have never been more varied, sophisticated and less expensive.” (Jeremias Radke) This article introduces different approaches for digitizing […]

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The Luminous Landscape – PrinTao 8 Review

February 26th, 2016 · No Comments · Photography Business, PrinTao 8, Printing, Reviews

Is PrinTao 8 Your Tao of Printing? PrinTao 8 is a Mac OS X Printing Solution for Canon and Epson Large Format Printers (please click to enlarge) Professional and color consistent printing for Canon and Epson large format printers using PrinTao 8. From layout to printing, PrinTao’s intuitive user interface combines the most important printing […]

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25 Years LaserSoft Imaging – 25 % Discount

February 17th, 2016 · No Comments · News, PrinTao 8, SilverFast

25 Years LaserSoft Imaging Celebrate with us! 25% discount for the next 25 days LaserSoft Imaging celebrates it‘s 25th anniverary: We appreciate your confidence in us and our software SilverFast and would like to thank you by offering a special 25% discount on all SilverFast upgrades, SilverFast full versions and IT8 targets. Benefit from this […]

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SRDx – New Dust and Scratch Removal

February 3rd, 2016 · No Comments · HowTo, News, Scanner, SilverFast

SRDx – New Dust and Scratch Removal – Specially suited for Epson scanners that do not have an infrared channel A manual correction or retouching of dust, scratches and other image defects is an extremely time-consuming task. In the professional field, it sometimes can take 1-2 night shifts to optimize a single image. When it […]

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