The great photo digitizing project has hit a snag.
I started working on “fixing up” the photos that I had scanned in last week. First up was this picture of Jim’s parents Bill and Betty on their wedding day. (Too cute, no?)
A careful look at the original file (all 1040x768of it) revealed a nasty yellow stripe down the left side.
I worked for while trying to build enough layers and mask enough stuff and what ever to get rid of it. I’m not a graphics tool wizard. I got tired and decided to move on to another photo — something in black and white.
This one didn’t need work. I was goofing around seeing what I could do with it. And then I noticed it — a little *Yellow Stripe* down the left hand side.
A bit of scraping around and looking at some other things that I had scanned recently (like the HoMC panels) and there it was — that annoying little stripe on the left edge of the images (on the right side of the scanner bed.) Damn…
edited 25.june.2008 to correct image links