MV from http://www.tbicentral.com using Photoshop 7.0 under XP-OS
wrote with a perplexing problem...
[QUOTE ] I’m trying to put a transparent logo into a Quark document. The Quark document is a black & white ad with a black background and white text. I used the standard CYMK black that is provided in Quark for the background and when I bring in my transparent logo the blacks don’t match. The logo has a darker black box around it. How can I get this to work?
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RP, from San Jose, CA, using Windows XP and Photoshop CS sent this one in...
[Quote] I scanned a photo from circa 1900. Original is damaged, with a hazy look over all the dark colors. Looking at the original at an angle I can see the discolorment over the black, white areas do not have it. It is particularly bad in the bottom left corner where the man's legs are.
Is it aging of the paper? A problem with the ink? and How can I get the haze to go away? Any assistance would be appreciated. Thanks. [END QUOTE]
This is a tough one. Follow along...
Do you believe everything you see in the media? Have you become skeptical about images you see... some believable, some not?
60-Second Window this month asks if you think it's getting more difficult to recognize reality in photographic journalism these days. And what, if any, ethical guidelines should photographers follow -- particularly if they are producing images for public viewing?