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    in Photoshop Elements 9 how to get rid or soften a scanned halftone newspaper

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      Hi mrp800. I have had some real success restoring half toned photos using the Focus Magic plug in, in its standalone version (which I assume means it will work with PSE). I found it quite intuitive but there is an excellent description of how to use it with halftoned images in Ctein's "Digital Restoration From Start to Finish" 1st edition, which is also now available (in part but luckily including this section) at http://photo-repair.com/Chapter_10-E...on_1st-ed).pdf. I hope this helps.

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        thanks smudger

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