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Old 01-30-2007, 12:32 PM
zganie zganie is offline
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please critique

here is a photo i retouched any comments would be greatly appreciated

thanks zganie
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Old 01-30-2007, 03:26 PM
duwayne duwayne is offline
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Re: please critique

I think you did a very good of restoring this old photo. The only comment I have is about the color (which is highly subjective and to a large extent a matter of personal taste). I typically will de-saturate the original and work in RGB grayscale. When finished, I use Hue/Saturation with the colorize box checked to set the final tone. Attached is a revised "after" using Hue=30 and Saturation=15. My preference is for less red and a more subdued

I also did Image=>Adjustment=>levels and hit the "Auto" button
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