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> T.W. Smith <techwordsmith -at- gmail -dot- com> wrote:
> > We set up an SLR 35mm on a tripod in front of the monitor, set up
> > white floodlights, turn off the fluorescent lights (flicker) -- have
> > not found a good refresh rate for the monitor yet -- zoom on the
> > display area of the monitor, set up the screen as we want to capture
> > it, shoot about 20 shots (the scan/refresh thing), process the film as
> > slides (we are getting a digital Canon body), scan the slides using a
> > dedicated slide scanner, open the result in Photoshop CS, edit the
> > color depth and pixel count, save as TIFF, and import into FrameMaker.
> > It gives us pretty good results!!!!
I don't know why you go to all that trouble.
I just lay my monitor face down on a flatbed scanner. If I need to highlight
something important I just slip my hand in between and point to it with my
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