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  • olesonb
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    This pattern has shown up in a couple of scanned images from pictures done in the 70s. Trying to blur this doesn't work very well because the pattern in so invassive that the amount blurring I need to do is a lot, thus destroying any details. How do you folks deal with this problem?...
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  • Mick B
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    by Mick B
    Believe me folks if have agonized for a month over this pic before I decided to send it here. It's a friends 2x3 original of all their 11 kids and it has the worst texture ever. Not snake skin or lizard or honeycomb. Completely sadistic.

    I haven't even tried to repair it until I can...
    04-15-2003, 07:30 AM
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    by 0lBaldy
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  • KevinBE
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    by KevinBE
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