This has me wishing I lived in Tucson. The couple of large files I did
pay for a couple years ago didn't include this level of provided
service. I still had to do all the color correction, as the blues were
On Feb 2, 2011, at 12:10 PM, Linda Feltner wrote:
> From the Tucson company charges $75 for a 300MB Scan file, and $85
> per a 500MB scan file (appx scan sizes), per image.
> Standard Image Capture Service includes:
> • Consultation With the Artist - To determine the artist's intent
> and requirements for the image capture we meet with the artist at
> the beginning of each job.
> • Image Capture in our studio - Capture parameters, especially
> lighting, are customized for each job based on the artist's
> requirements and the character of the original art. For example: we
> can emphasize or de-emphasize the texture of brushstrokes in an oil
> painting by simple changes in the geometry of the lighting. Each job
> is customized as part of our standard service.
> • File Optimization - Fine tuning of the color correction and
> contrast of the camera file to match the original artwork.
> • Files Burned to CD - The customer is provided with a CD
> containing the color corrected and color managed 300MB or 500MB
> image capture tif file. Also on the CD is a 500 pixel wide jpg file
> of the image capture for web use or cataloging purposes.
> Our Standard Image Capture Service is for original flat artwork up
> to 45X60 inches maximum photographed in our studio. Artwork with
> metallic paints, metal foils, or other highly reflective surfaces
> may require special techniques that might incur additional cost. Any
> additional cost will be identified and quoted before the work is
> Artwork larger than 45X60 inches can be accommodated and will be
> quoted on a custom basis. Work that requires setup and image capture
> on location at the artist's studio, gallery or museum will be quoted
> on a custom basis.
> Hope this helps.
> Linda M. Feltner Artist, LLC
> P.O. Box 325
> Hereford, AZ 85615
> (520) 803-0538
> On Feb 2, 2011, at 11:45 AM, Lynette Cook wrote:
>> What does it cost you? Out here in San Francisco the going rate
>> I've found that I believe must be digital capture is $75 for a 100
>> MB file and as much as $275 for a 500 MB file. Per image, of
>> course. The 30 MB file I get from the other guy - granted, it's a
>> JPEG (his camera doesn't give him anything else) - is $12. Huge
>> difference in cost.
>> On Feb 2, 2011, at 10:22 AM, Linda Feltner wrote:
>>> I get 300MB to 500MB digital captures of artwork that is
>>> 20x24" (watercolor, graphite or Pen and Ink). That gives lots of
>>> pixels to enlarge with. There is a fabulous company in Tucson and
>>> those are the standard two file sizes.
>>> I've not up-sampled many files, once they are scanned. I try to
>>> get as large a scan or capture in the beginning. I can always
>>> scale it down.
>>> Linda M. Feltner Artist, LLC
>>> P.O. Box 325
>>> Hereford, AZ 85615
>>> (520) 803-0538
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