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Photoshop help please! [Jan. 7th, 2007|04:44 pm]


This is a scan, so it's very big. Just click on the thumbnail to see what I'm talking about.

Okay, if you look carefully, you can see how text on the back of the page has bled through the picture (on his chest). FYI - this is magazine clipping. Try as I might, I can't seem to prevent this from happening when I scan. Is there a quick way to get photoshop to remove those shadows without having to bothering with a mess of clone stamping and spot healing?


To be honest, it's less noticeable in the JPG then it is on the TIFF, but since I prefer to make icons from the TIFF, I would really like to know if there is an answer to this problem.

[User Picture]From: stonefinder
2007-01-07 11:55 pm (UTC)
Probably because I mentioned icons in my aside. I think this happens because the paper is too thin. It never happens with actual photographs, or even the more heavy weight paper that your higher end magazines might use. Trouble is, you can't always choose where you get your source material, can you? Happens with newsprint as well.
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