alexh wrote:Nice work. Shame it was folded and cellotaped. Perhaps some budding photoshop guru can clean it up for us?
DarkLord wrote:For some reason, the right hand side is clipped off here. Is that the way its supposed to be?
wongck wrote:DarkLord wrote:For some reason, the right hand side is clipped off here. Is that the way its supposed to be?
Funny thing is on my home scanner from Horrible Product (HP.... to HP products lover, sorry about that), it produce a scan with a black clipping at lower left corner as seen on the scan in this thread, for 70-80% of the scans. I have no idea why it does that.... other than being Horrible Product.
(OK, I got the scanner real cheap.... )
spiny wrote:I don't understand ? what is wrong with the scan I posted ?
DarkLord wrote:spiny wrote:I don't understand ? what is wrong with the scan I posted ?
Not to worry Spiny - nothing is wrong with it.
I posted this at the bottom of my first message: "PS Never mind - found the link!",
All clear now?
spiny wrote:I'm just wondering what wong thinks is wrong with the scan I posted
Dal wrote:The very top of the Crash logo has become clipped but other than that, it look superb - very nice work.
wongck wrote:spiny wrote:I'm just wondering what wong thinks is wrong with the scan I posted
Probably nothing much is wrong.
Circled is the black clipping at the lower right corner.
I get this most of the time in my scans.... I wonder why.
you do great work with all the game posters you scan etc..but may I give you some tips regarding scanning?
Firstly before you scan anything, try and use a micro fibre cloth to light clean away any dust containments, this greatly reduces unwanted noise in the scans, preparation can really improve your work.
Secondly, within your scanning setting , try to locate "De-Screening" feature if your scanner has it, this is designed to stop paper fibre noise from been scanned into your machine, there are different level of de-screening you can do, normally on newer scanner you simply check box it on, when scan from e.g. magazines etc.. in which all the old posters used, a magazine paper type.
Thirdly, some scanners use a feature called "Digital Ice" mainly Epson ones.. this allows any further dust that's flattened into the image and removes it, so "Hard Dust" is not scanned into your computer, another feature to look out for in your scanner options, theses are only to help you improve your skills, not to criticize them..
all the best
spiny wrote:thread updated, I've hosted the cleaned versions as the filesonic link is terribly sloooooow
Dal wrote:spiny wrote:thread updated, I've hosted the cleaned versions as the filesonic link is terribly sloooooow
Where? Wasn't particularly obvious when I looked at your site.
spiny wrote:if your scanner is doing it, I think it's 'broken'
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