a lot of the quality of the scans you produce will be a product
of the scanner you use and your setup, before it ever gets to
Do a search for the terms "scanning tutorial" or something
similar on this site:
Also, they have lots of comparisons of different types
of scanners, etc. I found Epson are one of the best, most
affordable, often producing "art quality" equal to scanners
costing thousands of dollars.
On 1/28/12, Chris Mohler <cr33...@gmail.com> wrote:
> On Sat, Jan 28, 2012 at 9:17 AM, Daniel Krach <mach...@web.de> wrote:
>> I didn't find *any* advice for handling a negative scan procedure inside
>> online help section.
> Check your scanning software for a "negative" setting - usually found
> near the "color", "b/w" settings.
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