At first glance it would seem that using darken mode in your edits would be beneficial. This way the lighter streaks should only be affected by the blending of the filtered image into the original, preserving the original darker tones which do not need fixing.
Channel blending via apply image is very powerful and may be of great help in this task, as suggested earlier by Flora. Magic can be worked with apply image, I like a lot and it is often more useful than calculations or channel mixer.
Another way to target corrections without masks or using blending modes is with layer blend if sliders, but that is another post in itself. <g>
...thank you so much for your words ... .....
Restoring and Retouching is what I loooove to do ..... I couldn't create anything artistic to save my life, though ...
P.S. I had a look at your site .... and WOW .... wonderful pictures ...
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