I just try to do this for my fisrt time challenge in here.If you have any suggestion please let me know. thank's
This's the step i did in this picture.
first. remove any spot and dust by using filter Dust & Scratches after that using Healing Brush and Clone Stamp tool to remove any trace of damage after first two step we should try to level the picture to make it looking good. and next the diffcult step. using Smudge tool to smooth out any trace and scratch but we should do it carefully because it will make image look over smooth after using we've to add noise to the picture to make it look natural photo and the last step try to adjust the level again.
(sorry if my English it's no good)
and Thank's for every comment
Registered: October 2003 Location: Alberta Posts: 157
First time challenge? It's obvious you've been busy elsewhere. Clean-up, smoothing, contrast and tones all handled very skillfully. Nice job Gumby! My one suggestion would be to include an explanation (in the description box) of the steps you took and methods used ('Edit Photo' link).
Matt Roberts Junior Member
Registered: December 2002 Location: Australia
Good job in removing the grain in this photo.
Great reconstruction on the wall and side of the building.
But as Doug said an explanation of your methods
add interest and help newcomers to restoration
improve their work.
There is no limit to the size of your restoration
but most members resize down to about 800 wide.
This is a good size for display. You don’t have to scroll
around to see the entire photo.
Angie B Junior Member
Registered: October 2004 Location: NC Posts: 13
Very good first post. This was a really hard picture to restore. You did a good job on the faces, especially considering what little there was to work with on the mom and baby's face. Nice work.
Neve Senior Member
Registered: July 2004 Location: Australia Posts: 836
Your ability using the smudge tool is excellent and you've got an instinct as to just how far to use it. I like this result immediately. Very nice work done on Mum and Baby's faces.
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