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    Here is a fun little practice assignment:

    The photo selected is to appear on a pamphlet for a lakeside children's camp. Obviously we need to clean it up to make this look like a good place to bring the kids.

    Here's my workflow.

    1) Adjusted the lighting using the curves layer.
    2) Adjusted color using a separate channel mixer layer for each channel.
    3) Then used a combination of clone stamp, spot healing brush and patch tool on several different layers to clean up the image.
    4) Flatten image and applied unsharp mask.

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    Last edited by cardmnal; 08-01-2013, 03:30 PM.

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