Old photos

Hello,
I have just got myself a scanner, and I
said to my mum, I can now scan in all
of your old, scratched and marked pics.
And make them like new. Yes, well. Not
so easy, when I import the scan into
PShop5, it's not quite the same colour.
There's a yellow tint in it. I'm only a
little familiar with ps. I want to print
them out for her. Some are torn.
Be well appreciated for some advice.
Thank you so much
Russ
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tlikCommented:
After scan, use filter effect for your photos. (blur, sharp...) Find in the Net more "cool" plug-in to do (Eye-Candy...)
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fournr1Author Commented:
Cheers, I shall give that a go. Yes, I shall try in eye-candy. I had a little go in intellihance pro, tried auto levels and auto eye. Still didn't seem
quite right though.

Thank's for your help


Russ
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fournr1Author Commented:
Sorry to bother you again, but what
would I use in E-Candy. Can't see no filter effect in there.

Cheers

Russ
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