How Do You Remove Moire Patterns From Scanned Photos In Corel Photo-Paint?
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Scanning photos from books, magazines and newspapers often results in an unsightly interference pattern called moire. If your scanner doesn’t offer descreening, it’s not too hard to remove yourself.Difficulty: AverageTime Required: 5 minutesHere’s How: • Scan the image at a resolution approximately 150-200% higher than what you need for final output. • Go to Effects > Noise > Remove moiré. • Set the amount according to the quality of the souce. Typically scans from newspaper will need a higher amount, magazines need a middle amount and books can get by with a lower amount. • If you are working with a large file and your system doesn’t have a lot of ram, you may wish to optimize for speed in the Remove moire dialog. • In the decrease resolution section, change output to the desired final resolution. • Click preview and adjust the amount if neccessary. • Go to Effects > Sharpen > Unsharp Mask. • Exact settings will depend on the image resolution, but these settings are a good starting po