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    photos trouble! help!

    i need to clean the scanned old photo of my grand mother. the color is too faded and it has some liquid spills on it ( a coffee maybe?). what will i do?

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    Quote Originally Posted by rcespedido View Post
    i need to clean the scanned old photo of my grand mother. the color is too faded and it has some liquid spills on it ( a coffee maybe?). what will i do?
    Hey Buddy could you upload that photo so that we can have a look and give you some suggestions

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    Yep! You should upload photo so we can see and give you comment.

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    Donor rockhauler is on a distinguished road
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    also add what photo editor your using and your skill level at editing photos

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    Fw: Photo help

    Quote Originally Posted by rcespedido View Post
    i need to clean the scanned old photo of my grand mother. the color is too faded and it has some liquid spills on it ( a coffee maybe?). what will i do?
    Your photo maybe color cast, you can use Auto Color/Layer Blending(vivid color) to reomove the color cast. After that you can use History Brush Tool with History Panel to remove scratch, blemiss...

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    Junior Member Prepresster is on a distinguished road
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    It really depends on what level of image restoration you are looking for and the skill set of the person doing it. Quality scanning can make a huge difference as well, the garbage in garbage out rule applies. Pros working for the entertainment industry charge upwards for $250-$500 per hour. Jobs can take as little as a few minutes to as long as a few weeks to get done right. What are you looking for ?

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    You can found some tutorial in youtube.Keyword like are(how to retouch old photo in photoshop)
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    Last edited by super silja; 09-20-2011 at 12:36 AM.

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    Your old photo

    Quote Originally Posted by rcespedido View Post
    i need to clean the scanned old photo of my grand mother. the color is too faded and it has some liquid spills on it ( a coffee maybe?). what will i do?
    If you upload a good scan of the photo I bet a bunch of us would enjoy working on it for you.

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    Do you have any image editing software on your computer? If so, which one and which version? If you give us that information it will help to give a more acculturate and detailed solution for your issue

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