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

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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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