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    Any thoughts on a plan of attack for this major damage?
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    I've gotten great results by scanning the image, as usual, then flipping the image around and scanning again. I then lay one over the other via Layers in Photoshop. I play around with the opacity until the crack starts to fade, or sometimes all but disappears.


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