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Help Me Dry My T-Shirt?
Was leaving Costa Rica and snapped a few pictures with friends and a Costa Rican soccer team... unfortunately it'd been raining and my t-shirt got a little wet... can anyone help me make it look dry?
Big Pictures Here
Me & Soccer Players
Me & Alexa
Re: Help Me Dry My T-Shirt?
To really see the wet area I had to first do a levels adjustment layer. Then I used patch tool to get most of the color the same. Did some touchup using the healing brush and clone tool. Depending on how much of the damage is visible on your monitor, you could retouch and then make a levels adjustment to darken the picture. I am not a professional retoucher, but these are my thoughts.
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