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What method would I use in Gimp to fix this image?

May 30, 2018, 13:46
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What method would I use in Gimp to fix this image?
Good Morning,

I have a few images that were obtained from a camera phone.

As you can see from the example that I have attached (image.jpg), there is a grayish background, which most likely was caused by the lighting in the room when the picture was taken. Printing this page makes it even worse (Printed.jpg).

I would like for the background to be white and the image black. But am not sure what method in gimp would be best to accomplish this. I'm looking for the easiest method as I am not pro in gimp.

I plan to use these images for my kids (I teach at a preschool) and would like the images to appear as if they came right out of a textbook, crisp and clear.

Appreciate any response, I can get on this.

Kind Regards,
Andrea


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May 30, 2018, 13:50
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RE: What method would I use in Gimp to fix this image?
This forum has been DEAD for a long time and is abandoned to spammers.

We've all gone to https://www.gimp-forum.net
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May 30, 2018, 14:57
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RE: What method would I use in Gimp to fix this image?
Thanks for the tip.
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