A&P n00b question

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  1. Vita

    Vita New Member

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    what's the easiest way to clean up all the marks on the picture after I've scanned them into the computer?...were talking 35mm not digital.
     
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    photoshop dust and scratch filter if you want to be lazy about it. Makes things pretty blurry tho :)
     
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    ehh that thing sucks. I can use the smudge tool more effectively..what are some other methods?
     
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    I use the Clone Tool, works great. Or the patch tool works pretty well too.
     
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    Healing brush.
     
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    Thats the other one I forgot...
     
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    You said easiest though... :rofl:
     

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