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Valburg wrote: > > At 12:46 PM 8/4/99 -0400, you wrote: > > > I'm told no photographic paper has resolution > >better than 200 dpi, so scanning it at 300 dpi will not buy you anything, <snip> > But back to the original question: can there be detail in a photographic > print finer than 200ppi/dpi? Unless there are flaws in my methodology I > haven't thought of, the answer to my eyes is a clear yes. Thanks for your efforts, Mitch. As one of the "teeming millions", I really was content to go along with the 'experts' on this issue, but in my gut I never could resolve how a photographic print (the defacto standard against which all other printing processes were judged) could have such detail and smooth, continuous tone yet only containm 200 ppi worth of image data. Now I know... Ken ____________________________ Luck comes in two flavors... ____________________________ - Please do not include an entire message in your response. Delete the excess. http://www.leben.com/lists for list instructions.
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