Re: colour iris scanning & RHS colour chart
Amy Rupp wrote:
> I've seen many a mention of this reference here, but I've browsed the
> web and couldn't come up with anything conclusive. I'd like to purchase
> it, but don't know of a source. I got a partial ISBN number from the
> Web: 11 490230 (but I am short two digits for a 'real' 10-digit number).
> Can anyone provide a source for this chart?
> Also, those of you who scan iris pictures in: do you use any particular
> colour management system (CMS) such as AfgaTune, DayStar, etc. to
> calibrate your scanner? Can you recommend one?
RE: The Royal Horticultural Society Colour Chart
I know you can order the RHS colour chart from the RHS. According to
some info on the web I found:
The cost is about $35.00 US and it is believed Visa and Master Card are
Send request and credit card information to:
Surrey. GU23 6QB
You might also try www.amazon.com they have about 1 million titles
listed on line. I would also think the local library could give you the
complete ISBN number.
Re: calibrating scanners. I have a La Cie and I don't know of any way to
calibrate it. I may be way out to lunch on this but I don't remember
coming across any mention of calibration when I was doing the research
before buying my scanner. Then again that was four years ago. Most
calibration talk I hear about is calibrating your monitor so that what
you see is what the printer would give you. Some one will probably prove
that I don't know what I am talking about. I will see if anyone I know
has any thoughts on the matter.
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