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Soft scratch removing
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Abaxoo


Junior Member

Registered: November 2003
Posts: 4
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It takes me about 5 or 6 hours to do it.

- first I double the size of the pic
- then I used clone brush
- freehand selector to rebuild blinds
- a litle bit of gausien blur on white surface
- Original colors preserved
· Date: 11/24/2003 · Views: 5970 · Filesize: 54.5kb, 169.8kb · Dimensions: 1364 x 955 ·
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Xaran
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Registered: October 2003
Location: East Sussex, England
Posts: 534
11/24/2003 6:53am

Excellent work and preserved the autheniticity.
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Matt Roberts

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Registered: December 2002
Location: Australia
11/24/2003 7:37am

This is great work Abaxoo,

I can see all the painstaking work you've put in here. 6 Hours Wow! There was just so much work on this one.
Your restoration on the windows is excellent.
And you were braver than I in doing the woman on the right. I cant think of any helpful comments.

Oh one thing, Doug suggests we keep our submissions under 800 wide. This is for faster loading I guess. I kind of like the 800 limit for another reason. At this smaller size the defects in my restoration work are not so obvious.
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dco

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Registered: December 2003
Location: Texas
12/17/2003 10:46am

Great work, I prefer people trying to keep old photos authentic rather than doing their own interpretation of them.
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