a girl

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  1. Tombo

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    anyone's thoughts appreciated...
     
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    Seems like a tender moment. For me it is a little rough seeing the back of the women's head, and I can't really see the young women's eyes.
     
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    in the original print you can see the girl's eye. scan came out a little dark i guess, i kinda suck with computers.
     
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    Now, nobody sucks. It can be an involved process to say the least. I'm sure the print is gorgeous.
     
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    I think it's awesome. If you could see Mom's face, it may distract from the girl. There's a lot of character there.
     
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    I love it. If the print is better why not try scanning it with diffeent parameters and see what comes out best. With my Canon scanner everything seems to come out best scanning in color print mode at 300 dpi. They are huge files but easily reduced in size.
     
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    thanks for the replies.

    i'll try giving it another scan, but it's a pretty bottom end model so i'm not sure if i can change things.

    but thanks for the replies, appreciated.
     

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