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Turn your contrast down to only 50% and same with your brightness.

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Negative are scanning as negatives and are not converting to a photo??? PLease help


Negatives are supposed to scan as negative as it displays what you scan. Try going into the image/edit menus and find the effects/filters and choose negative. If you apply the negative effect/filter to your negative image it will become a positive image. Hey presto!

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My photo arcsoft scanner does not turn the negs into digital photos, what should i do? have done everything as the instruction booklet which isnt much help.


Rather than ask for clarification, I am going to assume that you scan a color negative and that is what you are seeing Something like this: otsuka.jpg

You will need to open that file in just about any photo editing software. The next is TRANSFORM the image by INVERTING. The will very likely be a menu select - IMAGE > TRANSFORM(MODIFY) > INVERT You will get something that might look fine or look something like this: otsuka_0.jpg

Again in that same image look AUTO EQUALIZE or AUTO ADJUST: IMAGE > ADJUST > AUTO EQUALIZE (FIX) / AUTO ADJUST That may give this result:
otsuka_1.jpg
Kind bluish still So then we'd want to change the color balance IMAGE > ADJUST > COLOR BALANCE > Increase Red / Decrease Cyan Yielding something like this: otsuka_2.jpg

There are a variety of photo-editing softwares, play around with the settings and choices but the fundamental thing you need to do first is to INVERT the negatives.

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I have scanned several negative images to my computer easily but naively thought they'd be put in a full jpeg image so they would look like a proper photo image not a negative image. What do I need to do...


Once on the computer in negative format, only image manipulation softawares are capable of restoring to display impressions. For example, photo softwares are capable of restorations with anti colation fillin voids to achieve image regularity. However, transforming the negative to regular image makes jpeg formating very convenient thereafter.

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Picks taken with iphone 4 camera look like negative images, and even the images in emails, web pages etc


hi i have an iphone 4 but my images and pics look like a negative (green, blue, and white) how do i fix this please xx

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Poor picture. looks like a negative. poor


If you go into the menu there should be an option to change the brightness and sharpness of the image

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Negative images


Check the settings and try to update the software/drivers if available from manufecturer's website. (ehteshamhusain@gmail.com)

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Negative Scanning Problem Using Epson Scan Software


Make sure the rectangular slots at either end of the film frame are not obstructed or covered in any way. When I attempted to scan color negatives I had the same darkness problem in the scanned image. When I cleared those rectangular slots, everything was fine. I hope this helps.

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