Actually, it has become very weird. All the pictures on there are from negatives since my slides don't want to work. The slides from 6+ years ago scan fairly well but my new slides still get that very dark blue color and I can't find a way to remove it. I'm working on a few of the older slides and I'll upload them to Yahoo in a little bit.
After reading this thread, I was saying "What's this Smart Blur?". Well a little experimenting later and I found out. Pretty neat. Good for those shots that scan grainy no matter how careful you are, but only if you use it at tiny fractions of its potential (on photopaint, I just set it on the very first notch, which appears to be sufficient.)
Thanks for the tip.
The only thing you should feel when shooting a terrorist: Recoil.
I just got an e-mail about the two pictures I uploaded earlier this week. One was rejected because the aircraft wasn't level with this horizon. Funny thing is the picture that passed is only 865x513. I edited too much out of it. Since 800x600 is minimum, I wonder why that one was passed the prescreeners but the other one didn't. Oh well. To quote Marv the Martian "Back to the old drawing board".