Photos taken on 9 Aug 2002.
Camera: Minolta Dynax 7. The camera is fitted with the 'M' focusing screen.
Film: Fuji Superia 100 and 400.
Tripod: Manfrotto 55. The center column is not extended.
Head: Manfrotto Junior Gear Head.
Scanner: Minolta Scan Elite II. The scanner crops off 0.1 to 0.5 mm on all sides. Otherwise the images are full-frame.
Saved as jpeg. Jpeg parameters are; baseline optimised; quality 7.
Normal image is set at 755 x 503 pixels.
Sharpen using unsharp filter; unsharp parameters are; amount 85%, radius 1.5 pixels, threshold 5.
This is the first time I experimented with multi-step sharpening. For images scanned at 1410 dpi, the resolution is 2016 x 1344. It is sharpened, resized by 50% (to 1008 x 672), sharpened, resized to 755 x 503, then sharpened.
For images scanned at 2820 dpi, the resolution is 4032 x 2688. It is sharpened, then resized by 50% to 2016 x 1344. The rest of the steps is the same.
Saved as jpeg. Jpeg parameters are; baseline optimised; quality 9.
The images are cropped vertically by 24%. Due to this, I scan them at 2820 dpi to preserve more details. They are resized to 755 pixels vertically.