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The person/program that added the white borders in the first place, saved the image at a resolution of 1024 by 768. After removing the borders by cropping the image, the resolution will decrease no matter what. Unless there's a program that can up the res of a picture. Even when the resolution is bumped up, the quality of the photo will stay the same, what ...


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Do you still have the original negatives available? These will have more detail than the scans of prints, and can be rescanned at much higher bitdepth, possibly allowing you to edit them more completely.


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It looks like you might have saved the JPEG with an AdobeRGB color profile, and the image viewer on the phone is ignoring this and assuming sRGB. You might want to check that, and save images as sRGB unless you have a good reason not to.


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I use Lightroom across two Macs (a laptop and a desktop) by keeping the Lightroom catalog and the image files in a Dropbox folder. Because of the size of all the files, it makes a paid subscription to Dropbox necessary in my case. The only disadvantage I have found is that you have to remember to shut down Lightroom when you're not using it as if you keep it ...


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Personally, I'm a big Lightroom user. I sync my workflow by having my working catalog on a Dropbox folder (though any similar service, e.g., Google Drive, will work). The only downside is that the catalog can grow to be quite large, and you may end up needing a Dropbox subscription, especially if you're working with a large catalog of RAWs. Previews/Smart ...


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Light Zone is free and much like Lightroom. Give it a try. It's free http://lightzoneproject.org/


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There is some haze in the picture. The steps I would follow are these: Photoshop CC 2015 has a dehaze function that could remove it. Then I would correct the color balance and remove some magenta and some Yellow. Increase saturation boost blacks and whites a little bit. you can do all this also using the latest version of Lightroom, (also has the new ...


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The issue I would describe with it is "color cast", likely caused by the slide that was scanned. There are many ways to try and remove color cast. I usually use Nik Color Efex 4, but I am sure there are some free options out there as well. If you have photoshop, this is a good tutorial: ...



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