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[filmscanners] Re: SS120 - getting dust out



>
>
> The spots may not be dust at all--they may be surface imperfections on
> the film. Some scanners are much more susceptible to showing these
> defects than others. The suggestion of the Polaroid Dust & Scratch
> Removal filter is a good one, particularly for the very small little
> spots that are such a pain to clone or "heal" away in Photoshop. Give
> it
> a try.
>
> Preston Earle
> PEarle@triad.rr.com
>

Is there a set of instructions anywhere for using the Polaroid Dust &
Scratch Removal filter somewhere? I tried it a couple of times and it
did not seem to do very much and took a very long time to do it. The
dust and scratch tool in Photoshop Elements works pretty well for me.



Winsor Crosby
Long Beach, California, USA

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