English | 0h 38m | AVC (.mp4) 1280x720 15fps | AAC 48KHz 2ch | 318 Mb
Old photos can fall victims to stains, scratches, and the ravages of time, but you can use Photoshop to restore these images to their original glory. In this course, professional retoucher Neil Rhodes shows how to give old black-and-white photos new life with image repair and restoration techniques in Photoshop. First, learn how to gauge an image's degree of damage. Then fix color staining, adjusting faded areas with the Shadows/Highlights adjustments, and removing dust and scratches with the Dust and Scratches filter. Discover methods for restoring cracks and spots and replacing missing sections using the Patch and Clone tools. Last, see how to add warmth and sharpness to an image and apply the finishing touches.
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