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    Hello, what image editing software you use? I'm looking for one with the correct photos you zoom quickly and easily shrink, label and can edit in photo books. The most important thing is simple, fast and easy. As there are your Interfaith?

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    Hi, Better than the net world I can not describe why only one cut I personally use xn view for rapid reduction, and smaller sharpen, adjust colors corrections, etc. And for bigger things labels, neat image editing the gimp.

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    What I find online tools more disturbing is the fact admit that my data and for images I find it particularly sensitive from the hand. particularly cautious I am when my data a major company in the throat and throw mainly only find English Privacy Statement with the length of the Bible?

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    If you buy it. Some scanner manufacturers find this program to disk at the scanner. GIMP, I can recommend it. Because the program is not always easy to operate right away there is an extra GIMP forum. Here you will find a manual for GIMP. GIMP I use for example to put scanned signatures on invitations and greeting cards. This saves a lot of paperwork. However, the processing of the signatures on the PC is time consuming as with GIMP everything must be removed to the signature around. Thanks magnification succeed very accurate. The subsequent time factor and the printing quality is unbeatable and very relaxing.

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    Well, I am at the mention of "Photoshop" from the fact that this is meant and not something like "Photoshop Elements" then you hätrte yes "element" to say I would not be aware of the scanner attaches the full version as OEM ... But all right who has it who appreciates it.

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    Exactly. AGFA has since set the scanner production some time ago when exactly, I do not know - has been some time ago but the CD's I still have and they are really good.

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    I can not agree because with the tool Select by Color on a different colored paper can easily make free in seconds. The original image must be no holding compressed format like jpg.
    Scan it as a tiff and then edit it!

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    Yes, but that's the simple version. A real signature has the color unevenness of the pin such as a pen ink pen should in some nuances that you can not "erase" fixed if you want to receive the distinctive typeface forms. In the knee jerk method can be based on a clear shade everything else erase away. And just as it looks too Automatic color removal is not as accurate as the manual rework. In the automatic version still surrounds exist that interfere with the typeface. Therefore I edit signatures as I said in the PC based editing only pen / ink and pen on white paper. This preserves the character of the signature and also acts as personal. Clear it is time consuming. But the care then speaks for itself.

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