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    Is there any way to remove this coherent noise without blurring:

    http://s28.postimg.org/ypg842rn1/IMG_20150512_0001.jpg

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    Re: Diagonal stripes (scrapbook glue)

    Very Q&D, more proof of concept than anything else.

    Box blur to remove dots
    Dupe layer and set to lighten blend mode
    Move down to remove stripes
    Mask out eyes, outline of nose, lips to remove introduced ghosting
    Mask out hair to remove duped dust specks

    I spent like 3 minutes on it, I suspect you could do much better. Post back your results or if you find a better way.

    EDIT: attached a copy of the original image
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    Last edited by Doug Nelson; 05-12-2015, 09:38 PM.
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    • #3
      Re: Diagonal stripes (scrapbook glue)

      I don't seem to be doing too well with that on my own lol

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      • #4
        Re: Diagonal stripes (scrapbook glue)

        It's a bit tedious, but I had some success with the healing brush (not spot heal).

        Box blur to remove dots (your sample called for 2px)
        Set healing brush to lighten blend mode and size just a tiny bit wider than dark stripes
        Set source point in light area next to beginning of dark stripe.
        Click once on start of dark stripe, then hold shift and click on end of dark stripe
        Inspect and undo/redo if necessary (it will be)
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        • #5
          Re: Diagonal stripes (scrapbook glue)

          Use Image Analyzer -Frequency domain filter
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          • #6
            Re: Diagonal stripes (scrapbook glue)

            You've got even me scratching my head on that one. What is Image Analyzer?
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            • #7
              Re: Diagonal stripes (scrapbook glue)

              Originally posted by cherbette View Post
              Is there any way to remove this coherent noise without blurring:

              http://s28.postimg.org/ypg842rn1/IMG_20150512_0001.jpg
              Topaz Detail/Smooth Collection/Soft Dreamy applied with a mask; touched-up with clone stamp;; inverse high-pass in soft light mode to soften, again via a mask; shapened; added overall texture.

              Cheers.
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              • #8
                Re: Diagonal stripes (scrapbook glue)

                Originally posted by Doug Nelson View Post
                You've got even me scratching my head on that one. What is Image Analyzer?
                Here is a pic of the free software.
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                  Re: Diagonal stripes (scrapbook glue)

                  Is this the one?
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                  • #10
                    Re: Diagonal stripes (scrapbook glue)

                    I've got image analyzer. I'm curious which pattern in the frequency domain you painted out. If I select the pattern on the white paper I can fairly easily eliminate the pattern in the filter but when I do the image as a whole I'm having a hard time figuring out what to paint over.

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                      Re: Diagonal stripes (scrapbook glue)

                      Originally posted by Doug Nelson View Post
                      Is this the one?
                      Yes, that's the one

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                      • #12
                        Re: Diagonal stripes (scrapbook glue)

                        Originally posted by chillin View Post
                        Yes, that's the one
                        My screenshot looks a little different than yours.

                        screenshot.jpg

                        Again, when I isolate the pattern on the sides and display the Frequency Domain, I can see two white lines towards the top of the frame. If I black these two out I completely eliminate the stripes. However, when I display the entire image I cannot find the same two stripes to cover. I'm trying to learn Any guidance would be much appreciated

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                        • #13
                          Re: Diagonal stripes (scrapbook glue)

                          Originally posted by cherbette View Post
                          My screenshot looks a little different than yours.

                          [ATTACH]95086[/ATTACH]

                          Again, when I isolate the pattern on the sides and display the Frequency Domain, I can see two white lines towards the top of the frame. If I black these two out I completely eliminate the stripes. However, when I display the entire image I cannot find the same two stripes to cover. I'm trying to learn Any guidance would be much appreciated
                          Use the view scale up and down button.
                          The 2 points on the top are causing the lines.
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                          • #14
                            Re: Diagonal stripes (scrapbook glue)

                            Originally posted by chillin View Post
                            Use the view scale up and down button.
                            The 2 points on the top are causing the lines.
                            Thanks. I have a couple of scrapbooks and they're all like this so if I can figure it out I can save all of them

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                            • #15
                              Re: Diagonal stripes (scrapbook glue)

                              chillin I'm not sure if it makes any difference but it appears you are using a different version of Image Analyzer than I am. In my frequency domain filter it says "amplitude scale" rather than "view scale" and only seems to brighten/darken the spectrum rather than zoom. I'll post a screenshot.

                              screenshot.jpg

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