November 30th, 2013, 07:06 PM
How do I get rid of massive amounts of unwanted pixels...
I have some very old blueprints that were scanned off microfiche. Due to the age and how they were originally scanned, a lot of unwanted pixels were left on the image.
I sent one .jpg to a friend many years ago, and he was able to rectify one as an example for me. He did it very quickly, so I do not think he manually erased everything. I cannot attach the example of the image, as I am a new member...so not sure how to show what needs to be done.
I have about 100 of these and need them corrected the same way, but have no clue how he did it. Can anyone help?
December 7th, 2013, 03:07 AM
What do you mean? As in the image is in the middle of the jpeg, with a lot of empty space around, i.e. you just want to crop the image? Or is the filesize too big and you need to reduce it?
Originally Posted by harrison987