Discussion in 'General Gallery' started by Battou, Oct 23, 2007.
Main street bridge around 4:00 AM
Larger copy here
Was this scanned on a flatbed? Looks like glass haze on your image; I've had that problem too in the past. Then I started using the Nikon Coolscan to do the negatives...
Yes, flatbed is all I have currently, once I find a neg scanner I like I am going to switch, but for now I am kinda limmited.
Do you have photoshop? If so, try the auto-levels command and see what it does... I think there is a way to get rid of that haze because I have done that in the past but can't quite remember how I did it...
No I do not, I have Illustrator 10. I am not sure what I would be looking for as far as auto-levels command equivalent or if it even has one.
You're using Illustrator to edit photos? I'd highly suggest purchasing Photoshop. Or at least downloading the GIMP.
I don't do enough actual "editing" to my images to warrent paying for yet another editing program, and over the past few years I have heard some lackluster things about Gimp but if worse comes to worse....
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