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Yes, it's important to descreen a scanned halftone image even though it's going to printed at the same size as the original. In this answer I will assume that you are printing with offset or a digital printer which uses halftone screen. Many digital printers use stochastic raster and won't have the exact same issues, but likely something similar. The moiré ...


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When scanning materials which have already been commercially printed, there is a very high possibility of running into a moiré pattern. A moiré is an undesirable "checker" pattern which is created when the existing dot screen of the printed piece being scanned conflicts with the screen in the scan being printed. Descreening in scanning software is ...


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No idea how badly your descreening works. Your linked "Small" file is full of repeating colored pattern. Without having the original as paper in my hands I cannot decide is the pattern printed or did it pop up as an interference result of the print color dot grid and the pixel grid of the scanner (=Moire effect). But I can fade a great part of the ...


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