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[OM] Elements 2.0 and Spain photos

Subject: [OM] Elements 2.0 and Spain photos
From: Chris Barker <imagopus@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
Date: Mon, 28 Oct 2002 17:13:04 +0000
Glad you said that Winsor.  I use the Dust & Scratches filter to
clean up discrete areas, preferably easily selectable, and Clone to
remove blemishes in trickier areas.

I have tried Mac.com for its home page facility for the first time.
I have uploaded photos of the Alhambra Palace in Granada.  I am quite
concerned that some of my shots with the 35/2 are a little fuzzy -
out of focus, camera shake or badly scanned?  If anyone has time to
look, try 407/13 or 407/19 and see if you think that there is
insufficient sharpness in the walls of the Alhambra or Generalife.



At 09:58 -0800 27/10/02, Winsor Crosby wrote:
I got a chance to play with my new copy of Photoshop Elements and it
has a tool to deal with dust and scratches that seems very nice.  I
don't see how the healing brush in Photoshop 7 could improve on it
much.  I have only tried in on the sky but it preserved the color
gradation.  You can do a whole section of sky at a time.
Winsor Crosby
Long Beach, California


C M I Barker
Cambridgeshire, Great Britain.
+44 (0)7092 251126
... a nascent photo library.

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