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To render a specific artistic intent, there are three practical methods: scan yourself, pay someone enough to perform to your satisfaction, or get lucky. The issue seems to be one of expectations. To me the scan looks technically correct and the image looks like what I imagine the scene to have been like. Ordinarily, a scan is thought of as an intermediary ...


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Does anyone know how I could fix this picture? Increase gamma/exposure by a half stop (or however much you like). Auto levels on a separate layer with color blending to correct the color cast. Some programs use temperature and tint to adjust white balance. Any other levels/curves adjustments to taste. Some programs have shadows, midtones, highlights ...


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Without really knowing what you want out of the photo, opening it in Photoshop's Camera Raw & Hitting the Auto button will perk it up quite a bit. I've then pushed a little Vibrance, sharpened it slightly & used noise reduction to kill the worst of the noise [there's still a fair bit of 'jpeginess' in it, but I'm assuming that's not in your original. ...


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