..I think you did a very goo job on selecting and balancing lights/shadows in your picture!!
What I did is:
Removing the yellowish tinge
* Create a new empty Layer on top of all the others.
* Open your Layers Palette's Menu and, keeping the Alt key pressed, click on 'Merge Visible'.
A new Layer containing all your corrections will be created on top of all the other Layers containing each single step you took before. ....
This procedure enables you to carry on with your restoration from your advanced point... without losing any of the previous steps/Layers... thus giving you the possibility to retrace your steps and making changes wherever necessary.... even after you've 'finished' the job....
For the softer look
Very well balanced!!!
Hi Christine, sorry about the earlier post, just was'nt quite sure what you wanted. Can't really help with the photographic advice, I'm just a common or garden snapper myself. Only thing I can suggest is that your friend checks her white point if she's using a digital camera, if she's using tungsten lamps (ordinary light bulbs) for her light source, then the white point of the camera needs to be set for that. She could also try swapping out the bulb for a brighter one when she wants to take photos. I've also attatched a retouch of your image, is this the sort of thing you wanted.
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