I don't get it, why people repeat making the same mistakes...

Currently I'm postprocessing a lot of scanned images from the last century. All family stuff (didn't have an idea how BIG my family was once). Anyway: A lot of pictures got imprinted some surface structure, to "enhance" their appearance. In fact all this manages to do is occluding spatial information.

It's about the same thing with the glossy TFT screens nowaday. Only that the smooth surface of those gives them stronger angular dependency and under bad lighting condidions you can't recognize things on them.

Supposedly enhancement of a photograph.

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