Unnaturally sharp photos

Generally you would like a sharp photo. But unusually sharp photos are not visually pleasing. You will also not like a photograph that is too sharp. In unnaturally sharp photos, you will find abrupt and too sharp edges. A correct sharp image shows all the details in an image. Unnaturally sharp photos lack the details

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Too light photos

In some of the photos, you are not able to see any contrast. It becomes difficult to differentiate between the background and the foreground. It appears to be washed out. You will find the figures too light to identify. This may be the problem with any of your shoots. These types of photos are called

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Too dim photos

Sometimes your pictures are faded. They have lesser light in them. The colours of such photos are also softened or faded. These photos are called as too dim photos. It has been a problem associated with images and it has created problem for lot many people involved with photographs and photography. Too dim photos are

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Too dark photos

Excessive dark photos hide critical details of an image. It may hide the details about any item’s condition. It may take away the completeness from your photographs. Too dark photos lose the necessary details of the situations. Too dark photos are a result of lack of flash or incorrect flash. It may be also the

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Professional Image Protection

Theft and piracy are two of the nightmares of anybody who deals with intellectual products, no matter if it is images, software, movies, songs or books. While there are many ways to protect your intellectual property from theft and unauthorized use, there is hardly a solution that works for sure. Still, there are many ways

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Poor Readability of Scanned Texts

Text images acquired through the use of a scanner can range in quality from excellent to poor, depending on a number of factors. Insufficient scanning resolution, other non-ideal scanning parameters or a low-quality hard copy can all lead to image files with text that is difficult to read. A number of steps can be taken

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Avoiding outdated image file formats

Many older image formats have been replaced in recent years by improved image formats that provide more universal recognition among image viewers and more compressibility, thus leading to smaller file sizes. Outdated file formats may not even be viewable on most image viewers, and many produce extremely large file sizes, which makes sharing images and

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Disarray of scanned texts

When you scan texts or images, the computer reads it with the help of a technology called OCR (Optical Character Recognition). When you scan a text, you can save it or send it to a word processing utility or application. In the process disarray of scanned text may happen. Disarray of scanned text is a

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