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How to Scan Flat Objects

Lesson 8 from: Mixed Media for Digital Scrapbookers

Tiffany Tillman-Emanuel

How to Scan Flat Objects

Lesson 8 from: Mixed Media for Digital Scrapbookers

Tiffany Tillman-Emanuel

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Lesson Info

8. How to Scan Flat Objects

Lesson Info

How to Scan Flat Objects

Now, scanning is a little bit different. This depends on your scanner. Every scanner is completely different. The settings that we might use might be a little different for all of us. But, a scanner's resolution, we wanna start of at least 300 dpi, at least. You can go up to 600. If you plan on making your page very big, I would suggest 600. You might have to reduce your piece down, but if it can do 300 at least, do that. 72 dpi is for web. Never to 72 dpi. It's like the biggest question I get. Which dpi? 300. You also want to select a photo mode or a color mode, a color photo mode. These are things that we want to look realistic in the digital world. So, if you're using some other type of setting, it's not gonna typically look realistic. And then, also the file format is important. A .jpeg or a .tiff. I don't know too many other file types that you can use that's gonna make it look, but at least if it's a .jpeg or a .tiff, you can use it pretty well no matter which program you're usin...

g, Photoshop or Photoshop Elements. And then you an also select options like dust removal, backlight correction, and other secondary options at your risk. Sometimes they help, sometimes they don't. I've never found them to help.

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Jane Millar
 

This class is FABULOUS! Tiffany is very knowledgeable and was extremely well prepared. (I watched the entire class from 9 to 4 today, August 18, 2016.) She speaks clearly and is easy to understand. She does move quickly through the material, so I would recommend buying the class so you have unlimited access to the videos. The bonus materials are great! This class is well worth the money. However, the class is probably for those with at least intermediate skill in Photoshop or Photoshop Elements. Beginners would probably find it overwhelming. I will add that the class is well suited to anyone interested in digital art as well as those who do digital scrapbooking.

a Creativelive Student
 

love love love this class...Tiffany is an awesome teacher. She has really organized this class to provide maximum value to the audience. Being a paper crafter and digital scrapbooker, the instructions/ideas Tiffany has shared will definitely help me to take my work to the next level.

Anita
 

What a fun class! I've been doing digital design for over four years but learned so much today! Tiffany Tillman-Emanuel is a very competent instructor, was very encouraging, and stressed that there is more than one way to do something in Photoshop and the importance of discovering our own style...highly recommend purchasing this course along with her class on compositing for digital scrapbookers...I got a great deal on both. BTW, I am not a scrapbooker but create and sell digitally painted background and art journal papers, so there's something for everyone in this class!

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