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On 05/11/2014, Richard L. Hess wrote:


> From what I read on the Nikon DSLR mailing list I'm on, it seems that
> the copying that the people there are doing is mostly done with
> vertical images and horizontal lens axis alignment.
> 
> They also do this with transparencies. I'm a lone voice there in favor
> of scanners. Throughput is the name of their game.
> 
> Current photo processing software (Lightroom and Photoshop are the two
> applications I use) have simple perspective correction. Leave enough
> "air" around the image if you're going to do that. Lightroom's is
> especially nice. I use it frequently to correct horizon lines.
> 
The crop tool in Photoshop has a Perspective option. This allows you to
move each of the four corners independently, so you can put them at the
corners of your document.



> I've always thought the nice thing about scanners is that they have
> most of the error-prone areas covered and can provide a good image
> with little work by an inexperienced operator. Photographing images
> requires more and higher-end input to set up.
> 
The problem with scanners (I use an Epson V750) is that they are
extremely slow.

Regards
-- 
Don Cox
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