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Re: negative scan

Your shots are ALWAYS nice! Very good quality and scanned direct from a negative too! And then you guys add nice touches with Adobe Photoshop like the drop shadow on the shot. Went to the HP site and read all about your new scanner. Very Cool. 
Here is the direct URL (its kinda long!)
or go the main site www.hp.com and follow the links to scanners.
-----Original Message-----
From: Merle & Linda Roberts [mailto:irisbuff@televar.com]
Sent: Sunday, April 25, 1999 10:08
To: iris-photo list
Subject: [iris-photos] negative scan


I purchased a new scanner to allow me to scan slides and negatives.  Iím very impressed with the quality. I would like to show Keppelís FANCY WOMAN í95 taken from a negative.  The scanner is an HP Photo Smart S20.  It scans prints, slides and negatives.   In case your wondering, I donít work for HP.

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