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Repairing an old black and white polaroid

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Old 10-11-2014, 02:56 PM
Dimitri Storm Dimitri Storm is offline
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Repairing an old black and white polaroid

I am trying to repair this old family photo. It appears the the top laminate got peeled off exposing the ink and photo beneath making it appear yellowish and faded. I have tried to repair it various ways nut it always looks like a 4 year old with a crayon did it. Can anyone suggest alternate repair methods and show step step instructions? I have several other photos like this. Thank you.
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Old 10-17-2014, 05:33 AM
nrsm nrsm is offline
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Re: Repairing an old black and white polaroid

After you heal the white spots, looks like you need to use the burn tool (use it on a separate layer). Do it slowly and lightly and build up.
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