Photo Restoration

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Photo restoration is huge area, because there are so many types of problems you can encounter. In this tutorial, we�ll work this photo of an old lady somehow some part of the photo was scratched off and has a little stain on the face and hair.

photo restoration

1. First open the picture in Photoshop, evaluate the photo and make a plan.

photo restoration

2. Before you do anything, make sure to duplicate the layer. Turn off the eye button of the original photo so that it is not visible.

photo restoration

3. Zoom in closely now, choose your rubber stamp tool (not the pattern tool) and a small soft brush. Follow one bit of hair up a wee bit, alt-click there to define your source for your stamp and then follow the hair strand back down to the scratch. Drag your stamp across the scratch. Keep doing that all along the scratch � alt-click for source, click for target.

Do the same for the stain on his face, making your source for your rubber stamp very close to your target.

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4. Finish it by adjusting the color of your photo.

 

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photo restoration

3. Zoom in closely now, choose your rubber stamp tool (not the pattern tool) and a small soft brush. Follow one bit of hair up a wee bit, alt-click there to define your source for your stamp and then follow the hair strand back down to the scratch. Drag your stamp across the scratch. Keep doing that all along the scratch � alt-click for source, click for target.

Do the same for the stain on his face, making your source for your rubber stamp very close to your target.

photo restoration

4. Finish it by adjusting the color of your photo.

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