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Re: Scans

Posted by Kim B. on 8/09/00 at 19:54 (025021)

Also, the software that came with your scanner probably has some sort of photo adjustment capabilites. Look for the brightness control and give 'em some light. A word of caution here, if you edit them too much, back and forth, etc, it can sometimes tag a lot of extra coded infomation on to your files and make them slower to download and transmit. So keep your masters clean and save the edited version with a different name. That way if you get carried away, learning your adjustments, you can always revert back to your master images.

Regards, Kim B.


Re: Scans

alan k on 8/10/00 at 07:02 (025060)

Thanks for the info John and Kim. I have Photoshop so I'll brighten the pictures up. I actually don't have a scanner-- I use digital photography, and yes, adjustments do reduce picture quality, so it's best to take the picture right the first time.

see you all around

alan k
http://www.acutai.com



Re: Scans

alan k on 8/10/00 at 07:02 (025060)

Thanks for the info John and Kim. I have Photoshop so I'll brighten the pictures up. I actually don't have a scanner-- I use digital photography, and yes, adjustments do reduce picture quality, so it's best to take the picture right the first time.

see you all around

alan k
http://www.acutai.com