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Re: gaussian blur?
In photoshop under filters there should be one called "noise."
Under that is "despeckle." Have you tried that?
>From: Judy Seigel <email@example.com>
>Subject: gaussian blur?
>Date: Fri, 14 Jul 2000 16:40:47 -0400 (EDT)
>Dear List Mind:
>I've scanned a little cyanotype on a piece of muslin, circa 1900 I
>believe, apparently one of a series done for quilting, or like that... for
>my article(s) on cyanotype of all ages.
>The problem is the weave of the fabric comes in so strongly on this one,
>that it makes an ugly moiree pattern across the printout -- it doesn't
>seem to show at all on the monitor -- in either pagemaker or photoshop
>view, but totally spoils the picture in laser print out, and therefore, I
>assume, in the offset version.
>I tried a couple of the scanners descreening filters ("art," newspaper,
>etc.) which don't seem to solve the problem. I'm wondering if there's
>something I can do in photoshop? Or perhaps aligning the square perfectly
>straight on the scanner, more than I did -- or if there's some other
>strategy anyone could suggest?
>I don't mind the weave of the muslin showing, in fact that's quite fine --
>the problem is that the computer or scanner or photoshop have in their
>wisdom turned the fabric weave into a crazed zigzag pattern...
>thanks in advance for possible experience of the experienced...
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