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  • Surface uniformisation

    Hi everyone, I mostly take architectural photographs and I regularly stumble upon one problem when I have to deal with with wall surfaces that are not uniform due to aging, tags, moisture, cracks...

    On the picture below you can see what I am talking about on the red surface, old tags, new tags, moisture, dog pee. Usually I deal with native Photoshop tools as healing brush, patch but here, and particularly on the "washed out white surface", it is difficult to obtain a nice result with those tools.

    I also tried to apply a red layer and I have tested different fusion modes but still with no success.

    Any idea on how to deal with this kind of situation and how to uniformise the surface and at the same time to conserve the "grain" of the material and the original lighting ?

    Thanks a lot !

    http://img4.hostingpics.net/thumbs/m...299DSC9102.jpg

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    Re: Surface uniformisation

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