** Descreen filter **

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Jan 26, 2004
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Dear All:

I have no idea how to remove half-tone dots from the scan printed image, as I want this image to re-print.

I heard there are some techniques and also filters available in Adobe Photoshop to remove the half-tone dots from the printed scan images.

Someone suggested me to use the Descreen filter method, but I don’t know where it is available in Adobe Photoshop?

Awaiting your communication in this matter & thanking you.

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Basil
Jan 27, 2004
On Mon, 26 Jan 2004 18:42:28 -0500, "news.attcanada.ca" wrote:

Dear All:

I have no idea how to remove half-tone dots from the scan printed image, as I want this image to re-print.

I heard there are some techniques and also filters available in Adobe Photoshop to remove the half-tone dots from the printed scan images.
Someone suggested me to use the Descreen filter method, but I don’t know where it is available in Adobe Photoshop?

Awaiting your communication in this matter & thanking you.
Descreen should be available in your scanner software and applied during the scan .
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nomail
Jan 27, 2004
news.attcanada.ca wrote:

I have no idea how to remove half-tone dots from the scan printed image, as I want this image to re-print.

I heard there are some techniques and also filters available in Adobe Photoshop to remove the half-tone dots from the printed scan images.
Someone suggested me to use the Descreen filter method, but I don’t know where it is available in Adobe Photoshop?

There is no descreen filter in Photoshop. Normally you should descreen during scanning. If your software doesn’t offer that option, you can try to blur (Gaussian Blur) a little bit and then sharpen (Unsharp Mask) again.


Johan W. Elzenga johan<<at>>johanfoto.nl Editor / Photographer http://www.johanfoto.nl/
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Gort
Jan 27, 2004
http://www.sattva.ru/descreen.htm

Adobe Photoshop plug-in Descreen 3.5
did not tryed it out myself… but it do exist.

"Johan W. Elzenga" wrote in message
news.attcanada.ca wrote:

I have no idea how to remove half-tone dots from the scan printed image,
as
I want this image to re-print.

I heard there are some techniques and also filters available in Adobe Photoshop to remove the half-tone dots from the printed scan images.
Someone suggested me to use the Descreen filter method, but I don’t know where it is available in Adobe Photoshop?

There is no descreen filter in Photoshop. Normally you should descreen during scanning. If your software doesn’t offer that option, you can try to blur (Gaussian Blur) a little bit and then sharpen (Unsharp Mask) again.


Johan W. Elzenga johan<<at>>johanfoto.nl Editor / Photographer http://www.johanfoto.nl/
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nomail
Jan 27, 2004
Trinityss wrote:

"Johan W. Elzenga" wrote in message
news.attcanada.ca wrote:

I have no idea how to remove half-tone dots from the scan printed image,
as
I want this image to re-print.

I heard there are some techniques and also filters available in Adobe Photoshop to remove the half-tone dots from the printed scan images.
Someone suggested me to use the Descreen filter method, but I don’t know where it is available in Adobe Photoshop?

There is no descreen filter in Photoshop. Normally you should descreen during scanning. If your software doesn’t offer that option, you can try to blur (Gaussian Blur) a little bit and then sharpen (Unsharp Mask) again.

http://www.sattva.ru/descreen.htm

Adobe Photoshop plug-in Descreen 3.5
did not tryed it out myself… but it do exist.

What I meant is that there is no standard Photoshop descreen filter. I didn’t say that a third party solution couldn’t exist.


Johan W. Elzenga johan<<at>>johanfoto.nl Editor / Photographer http://www.johanfoto.nl/
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JJS
Jan 27, 2004
"Johan W. Elzenga" wrote in message

There is no descreen filter in Photoshop. […]

True. Until the original poster finds what he needs, Filter – Noise – Despeckle sometimes works.

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