Registered: August 2002 Location: stockholm, sweden users gallery
On the man himself I only worked with the healing brush. The difference in contrast is from working in different layer modes.
För the background I decided to go for a retouchment. I used the clone tool to get rid of the dark areas and then I also used the healing brush.
In order to get the background to look more natural I addes grain. And finally I thought: What the... and addes grain to the entire image. Perhaps the details in the final product didn´t look as sharp and smooth but they merged more naturally together.
Graindad looks nice. That was a good way to restore him. I chuckled at your title.
DJ Dubovsky Senior Member
Registered: August 2001 Location: Upper Penninsula of Michigan Posts: 1,659
I didn't even see the title until Cinderella mentioned it. That's so funny but so true. It may be grainy and there's not a whole lot you can do to eliminate that completely but I think you did great.
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