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[filmscanners] Re: SS120 - getting dust out



There is a basic help file that comes with the software archive when you
download it.

The archive contains two versions, a stand alone, which is fairly
complex and includes some more specific tools for scratch removal and
such, and the photoshop plug in which is both much easier to use and
faster, but tends to give less options.

If you use Photoshop, I suggest starting with the plug-in, and once you
have an understanding of it, then go to the stand alone if you need more
abilities.  In general the plug in does what's needed.

Art

Winsor Crosby wrote:

>>
>>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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