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    Hi there, I recently lost my mother, and through looking for photoes for her reflections video we came a cross a photo which we would like to see if we can fix it. The photo looks likes someone has put a coffee on it and it has left a round stain. Can we fix this At present I own Adobe Photoshop Elements 11. Any help would be appreciated. Thanx Barb

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    Re: would like some guidence on trying to fix a ph

    Hi Babs

    Welcome to RetouchPro.

    Is the picture B&W or colour?

    If it is colour then there is an old tutorial from Russel Brown which may help. It is difficult to find now but search Google for ‘rbstains.pdf’ and you will find a copy.

    If it is B&W (or sepia) then very often the stain will be much reduced in the red channel.

    We could help more if we could see the image

    Regards

    Ken

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      Re: would like some guidence on trying to fix a ph

      I have been trying to post the picture but it says its too big for the site. its over 100.kb. Is ther any other way to post it
      Thanx Barb

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        Re: would like some guidence on trying to fix a ph

        ok I managed to make an album and put the photo in there if you are able to see it. The album is in my profile

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          Re: would like some guidence on trying to fix a ph

          Hi Barb

          The image in your album is only 30kb. You may post images into the forum up to 100kb.
          This thread should help

          http://www.retouchpro.com/forums/ima...ads-posts.html

          Alternatively, post your image at one of the free file sharing websites (such as PhotoBucket) and post a link to it here.

          The stain on the picture can be removed using the clone tool once the levels have been adjusted to remove the colour cast.

          Regards

          Ken

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