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November 02, 2006


Bruce Flye

To clean drawings I've been using Whiteboard Photo by Pixid (http://www.polyvision.com/products/wbp_reviews.asp) I think it cost us about $100. Basically you load a photo, crop as needed and then "clean." It's fabulous for line work on white paper. If there are fields of color, such as large swatches of chalk shading or colored cards on a purple sticky wall, stay with Photoshop.

Mark Pinto

I have been using a macro I picked up, which is working well, especially when I am in a hurry. I sometimes find it is not flexible enough, where these steps will give a little more flexibility for creating clean sharp images. Thanks.

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