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How to keep the definition of a person when removing blemishes

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Old 12-08-2005, 10:26 AM
Gerald McClaren Gerald McClaren is offline
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How to keep the definition of a person when removing blemishes

I am restoring a photo and I'm having a hard time keeping the definition of the nose, chin, eyes, etc. I'm using the healing tool and cloon tool. For example, when removing stains or some white looking crust from the face and chin area, those areas comes out flat, also, when using the cloon tool or healing tool on those come out flat. When removing blemishes from the chest or anywhere below the chin the area those areas come out flat also. The chest seems to lose the definition, it doesn't has that hollow area that most chest area has. I appreaciate some help. Thanks.

Gerald McClaren
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Old 12-08-2005, 10:29 AM
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NancyJ NancyJ is offline
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Why dont you post some examples of your work (befores & afters) so we can see the problem and help you with where you're going wrong.
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