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Great Ann75 2006-03-17 14:32

Hi Frans,

I like this photo very much. The colour and the fog are so beautiful. Indeed a little too much noise, but with scanning a photo you can't help it. Neat Image is a very nice little program to help remove noise. I did a workshop on this photo, I hope you like it.

Otherwise this is a beautifully composed photo with wonderful reflections on the water. The colours are also beautiful and the fog really adds to the athmosphere. Well done!

Greetings,
Ann

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Old 03-20-2006, 09:37 PM
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Hello Ann,
Thanks for the workshop and the tip about the Neat Image program. You have greatly improved the scan.
I'll certainly give it a try, as I've still got a few thousands of pictures to convert to digital!
Kind regards and all the best in Canada.
By the way, I live in Belgium - Rue du CANADA - La Reid near Spa :-).
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Old 03-22-2006, 03:29 AM
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Hello Frans,

Haha, Rue du Canada...that's a coincidence. And I am a Belgian living in Canada.

I am glad that you didn't mind me doing a work shop on your photo. Mine were sometimes quite noisy as well and one of the members of TE recommended that I would use Neat Image. Boy, that was a big help to clean up that extra dust and noise for lots of my images.

Take care and all the best!
Greetings,
Ann
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