I'm in the middle of touching up an old family photo. It's hung on the wall for ages, and is on its last legs. It's a nice 11x14 print on some sort of matte or slightly textured paper. I scanned it on an Epson 1250 flatbed at 400 dpi for output, and have just finished getting rid of dust and scratches. One thing that's bugging me is the pattern of the matte paper that the scanner has picked up. I'm used to scanning negs, not originals, so I'm not familiar with this problem. Does anyone know of a technique in photoshop to sample a pattern and remove it from the image? Does this sort of thing exist? I'd love to hear anyones thoughts. I'll attach the full image and a cropped 100% chunk with the pattern if it helps anyone. Cheers!