Solved: good quality scan of 35 mm slides?

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dDAPPete

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I have a new Canon canoscan 8800F and am using the ArcSoft Photoshop version 6. I've run it according to the directions but the scan is way to much, almost like over exposed......anyone out there who has successfully used this model?
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pete

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if you want really good results, get a studio to convert the negetives to jpegs, most of them do it at excellent quality
 

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i would expect you to get a good scan with that product
You should have Adobe Photoshop Elements supplied with that product according to the literature, along with
SilverFast SE and Adobe PhotoShop Elements as well as ArcSoft PhotoStudio, OmniPage and Presto!
what does a scan of a paper picture come out like ?
 
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