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In photoshop, I'd use the "Hue/Saturation" controls under the image>adujst... option in the top menus, and turn down the saturation of the red & magenta.
What software are you using?
I've messed around a bit with the scanner and it's a pretty decent one but the results are still somewhat darker and redder than I'd like. I guess I'm heading in the right direction. Thanks for all of the input! I could use more if you've got it!
I am scanning them in at 300 pixels, should I go higher? Lower? Obviously I have to lower that number before saving to the web but I was under the impression that a high quality scan would give a better result down the line.
I never thought of using an entire screened layer of an image for lightening... interesting!
If you set your eraser to 30% opacity or so, you could selectively erase areas of your screening layer to create different intensity corrections for different areas of the underlying image...