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Does anyone know of a good way to remove grain and noise within an image that was scanned from a negative using a Minolta Dimage Scan Dual III? After scanning and previewing the pic, look like there are small specks and hairs on the image. Have toyed around a little bit, but am still learning some advance features within PS 7. Isn't there something inside PS 7 or a plug-in of some sort that does a great job with this kind of issue? Maybe something free or cheap? Do have some plugins like Auto Eye 2.0, but I am not ...

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    Default Hope someone can help with grain and noise

    Does anyone know of a good way to remove grain and noise within an image
    that was scanned from a negative using a Minolta Dimage Scan Dual III? After
    scanning and previewing the pic, look like there are small specks and hairs
    on the image. Have toyed around a little bit, but am still learning some
    advance features within PS 7. Isn't there something inside PS 7 or a plug-in
    of some sort that does a great job with this kind of issue? Maybe something
    free or cheap? Do have some plugins like Auto Eye 2.0, but I am not getting
    the results I would like. Thanks for the help in advance.


    cadman_meg@adobeforums.com Guest

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    alien skin image doctor may help, jpg repair tool.. they have a full function 30 day demo if you want to try it out. <http://www.alienskin.com>
    dave_milbut@adobeforums.com Guest

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    fiter-noise-dust and scratches.


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    Frogiswrong Guest

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    Cadman_meg, You might try the free Polaroid dust and stratch filter to get rid of the small specks and hair <http://www.poloroid.com>.

    Another free item 'Digital Deluxe' is a great photoshop action which reduces grain.

    For around ($30) there's Neat Image <http://www.neatimage.com/>

    Don
    Don_Stefanik@adobeforums.com Guest

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    Next time, before scanning, get an anti-static brush; they're available at camera stores that carry darkroom equipment. A pass or two over the film, and all the little bits of junk, except what's stuck to the cardboard slide mount, will be brushed away.
    r_harvey@adobeforums.com Guest

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