Assigning a scan frame


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Assigning a scan frame

After you've performed your pre-scan the next order of business is really setting your scan frame of your image. Whether you're doing an automatic or a manual scan now is a good time to go ahead and set the scan frame. The scan frame is this outlined red area here. What that designates is the actual portion or area of the image is going to be scanned when you finally click that ultimate Scan button when you're all set up. You can actually set the color of this in your options. You probably want to start for just a manual kind of get close to where you want it.

Let's say if we wanted to 5x7 scan, you can just manually drag it over there with the default settings. With the default settings this is the area where you're really going to be designated the scan frame and you can see the results of any resizing that you do here. You'll watch these numbers here and here at the original and then the output will change. So you get it close to what you want. Then you can move...

Assigning a scan frame
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Assigning a scan frame provides you with in-depth training on Design. Taught by Taz Tally as part of the Scanning Techniques for Photography, Art, and Design

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