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Old 03-05-2008, 05:43 PM   #1
Norman Hathaway
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Default Sharpening Shed now in session

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So I'm working on a book and one of the artists featured in it has provided 35mm transparencies of his work. I sent them off to Singapore for drum scannning, and just got them back. Though a few look great, most are quite blurry. I'm guessing they are from dupe trannies. But that's neither here nor there as they're all I've got to work with, and there's no chance of scaring up something in better shape.

The images are airbrush illustrations, so contain smooth gradients and some sharp edges. I've had a bit of experience sharpening, and using nik sharpener and Photo Retouche as well, but am now ready for my proper baptism.

Suggestions?

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