This step is very easy. Open your scans(s) in Photoshop, and find Levels.
Command: Image -> Adjustments -> Levels (or Ctrl + L)
And you'll see something like this...
Now, see the gray arrow? If your scan is too dark, slide the gray arrow toward the white arrow. If your image is too bright, slide the gray arrow toward the black arrow.
And that's it!
Pretty easy, hey?
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