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Combating See-Through


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So a couple weeks back I scanned this ad for MobyGames and my blog, but before uploading it I went to town with the healing brushes to try and remove the text from the page behind it, which was bleeding through. I thought I got it all, or at least what would interfere the most, but when I looked at it on my phone a couple days later, I noticed that there was still a lot. This left me with the following questions: are there any tricks/hacks to nullify the see-through during the scanning process, and if I'm not seeing certain details on one screen, what should I be looking for in monitor/tablet specs when it comes to image editing?

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