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Entries from February 28th, 2017

New Features included with the latest SilverFast Version 8.8.0r8

February 28th, 2017 · No Comments · HDR, News, Processing, Scanner, SilverFast

The new SilverFast version 8.8.0r8 has been released and brings some new features, which we would like to introduce to you below. The ICC profile you are using is now displayed directly, SilverFast has a full screen view and the SilverFast ColorServer Edition includes a new Setup-Pilot. New Scanner: SilverFast 8.8 now also supports the […]

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SilverFast Training at Computer Advantage enters next round

February 27th, 2017 · 4 Comments · HowTo, News, Scanner, SilverFast, Tips and Tutorials

Training: Scanning and Archiving Your Old Film and Photos The 2hour-SilverFast Training at Computer Advantage will be held by Boris Bischof, US Director of LaserSoft Imaging. Moving along the contemporary principles of scanning and image reproduction in a friendly atmosphere, you will learn about different workflows and how to create beautiful images using SilverFast. The […]

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Hotrod Shooting – 300 Megapixel – Analog vs Digital

February 13th, 2017 · 1 Comment · News

Markus Hofstaetter has photographed a hotrod in a customer’s order – digital and also analog. (Please click to enlarge) Markus Hofstaetter, award-winning professional photographer from Austria, gets a very special task from a customer: He is supposed to photograph the customer’s hotrod, an old and specially converted American car, in the highest possible resolution for […]

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New Epson Expression 12000 XL

February 1st, 2017 · No Comments · News

SilverFast and Epson Expression 12000 XL: New large-format scanner for highest quality demands The new Expression 12000XL keeps up the strengths of its predecessor; its high resolution, the manual and automatic focus and the optional transparency unit make it a hiqh quality scanner not only for your photos, but also for slides, 35mm film strips […]

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