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Restore Color as You Scan
You can restore the colors in faded photos as you scan them using the Color Restoration feature.
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Place your faded original photo on the scanner glass.
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Select the scan mode you want to use.
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Full Auto Mode
Home Mode
Professional Mode
Full Auto Mode
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Click Customize.
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Click the Color Restoration checkbox.
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Click the Auto Photo Orientation checkbox to have Epson Scan check the preview image for faces, the sky, and other features, and then correctly rotate the photo when it’s scanned. If your particular photo is not oriented correctly using this feature, turn off Auto Photo Orientation and try again.
Epson Scan automatically saves your scanned file in JPEG format in Pictures or My Pictures (Windows), or in Pictures (Macintosh). If you want to select different scan file settings, click the File Save Settings button.
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Click OK to close the Customize window.
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Click Scan.
Your color-restored scanned image file is shown in Windows Explorer or Macintosh Finder.
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If you started your scan from within a TWAIN-compatible scanning program, your scanned images open in the program window. Click Close to exit Epson Scan.
Now you can view and print the image.
Home Mode
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Preview your image.
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Click the Color Restoration checkbox.
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You can also select other image quality settings before you scan.
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Click Scan.
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Select the scan file settings you want to use from the window that appears.
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Your color-restored scanned image file is shown in Windows Explorer or Macintosh Finder.
Note:
If you started your scan from within a TWAIN-compatible scanning program, your scanned images open in the program window. Click Close to exit Epson Scan.
Now you can view and print the image.
Professional Mode
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Preview your image.
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Note:
You can also select other image quality settings before you scan.
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Click Scan.
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Select the scan file settings you want to use from the window that appears.
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Your color-restored scanned image file is shown in Windows Explorer or Macintosh Finder.
Note:
If you started your scan from within a TWAIN-compatible scanning program, your scanned images open in the program window. Click Close to exit Epson Scan.
Now you can view and print the image.