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Schogun16 Sep 2023 12:05 p.m. PST

When I scan a piece of art (for personal use), it's all dotty and splotchy from the print process. Is there free or affordable software or an app that can look at the art and clean it up?


Old Contemptible16 Sep 2023 4:32 p.m. PST

Adobe Photoshop Elements link

Paint which is free and should already be loaded on your PC.

Whatever you use to view photos will usually have some sort of photo editing and may already be loaded on your PC.

You can insert a picture onto a Word document and use the edit tools in Word

I use Photoshop Elements. I run every photo through it and it makes a huge difference.

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