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Re: photocopying photos
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- Subject: Re: photocopying photos
- From: Jennifer Lubkin <Jennifer.Lubkin@WASHCOLL.EDU>
- Date: Thu, 6 May 1999 18:14:02 EDT
- Message-Id: <199905062312.QAA09748@palimpsest.Stanford.EDU>
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I'm guessing it was moire patterns in my original scans -- which =
got me on this whole wild goose chase of trying to get better =
quality photos. But the descreening on Color It! got rid of them. =
I went back to my original scans and tried the Gaussian blur and =
the unsharp mask instead, but it didn't work as well.
It seems to be a problem with contrast I'm having. It's fine when I =
print out, but when I photocopy my printout, some areas are too =
dark and other too light. Maybe it's the photocopier, but maybe I =
should try rescanning and adjusting the contrast options?
--- Hal Faulkner wrote:
Those of us that were around in the '60's know what Moir=C8 =
It's when you have two screen patterns that are not aligned =
they add up to an interference pattern that changes as you shift =
Clear? Take two pieces of window screen and place them on top of =
, as you move them around, or look at them from a different angle, =
pattern will shift. Named after a French optical scientist, I =
From: Book_Arts-L: READ THE FAQ at =
[mailto:BOOK_ARTS-L@LISTSERV.SYR.EDU]On Behalf Of Jennifer Lubkin
Sent: Thursday, May 06, 1999 7:27 AM
Subject: Re: photocopying photos
Sorry, could someone tell me what moire patterns and bromides are?
And I most certainly will try some other copiers. There's a kinkos =
Thanks for all your suggestions! If you have any more, keep 'em =
And I'll let you know how things go.
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