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  • Hi
    Its a little hard to see from the image just how bad the damage is. However I did a quick levels adjustment and there appears to be most of the facail details there for the older children and for the younger child second in from the left some of their face - the rest needing rebuilding (using...
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  • Hi Linda Lee. A lot of the tools you use for retouching are the same for restoration - i.e. clone stamp, spot healing and healing brushes and patch tool. You are looking at finding clean areas in the photograph as source for covering the parts that are damaged. You can also use blends, layers etc to...
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  • Bumpy emulsion damage is some of the hardest to deal with due to the distortions it causes and the shadows and highlights. I have seen physical conservators lift this emulsion layer off the substrate and put it on a new substrate to flatten the image out. Whether that would be possible with this I...
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  • JoReam
    replied to Old collage pics
    Hi Kah5683

    I attempted to adjust what looked like the black and white photos in the collage and the photos that had turned red. (I may not have got all the black and white images it was a little hard to tell) I masked off the two different areas and treated them both differently and grouping...
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  • JoReam
    replied to Old collage pics
    Hi Kah5683

    I was given a similar mixed age photo collage by a client to restore - containing color photos from the 1960's, 70's and 80's and 90s. Mine was a mixture of black and white and color images. I chose to do a high resolution scan of the image (it was around A4 size). If your ...
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  • JoReam
    replied to Partial Discolouration
    Hi Kyudos. From what you are describing it sounds almost like light flare - although that sort of damage is usually across the image. My suggestion would be to treat the areas differently by masking them out and colour correcting each area so they match using a photo editing program like photoshop....
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  • JoReam
    replied to Greetings
    Welcome to retouch pro. Your site looks good to me Steve...
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  • I think automated editing can never totally replace the human input because restoration and retouching is an art form and requires interpretation that no amount of programming can totally replace. Yes there are aspects that can be used and they are as pointed out by others in the algorithms but at...
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  • Hi Pedropan. I definitely think you can restore your photo. Thanks for posting your image. My first suggestion would be if you still have the image that you scan it in colour and then convert it to black and white. As you mention you haven't used photoshop for a while I should not let that put you off...
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  • JoReam
    replied to Creating Two Vintage Effects
    I am not 100% sure but I would try loading an image into photoshop and trialing some of the different filter options - such as poster edges and play around with the sliders to increase and decrease detail....
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  • JoReam
    replied to Restoring Albumen Prints
    Hi Sporting photos. I would suggest consulting with a photo conservator who could either undertake the work for you or give you some advice and references (I don't know your skill set or what access you have to photographic gear). A lot of photo conservators are attached to institutions such as...
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  • JoReam
    replied to Damaged Photo restoration Help
    Wow Antauri just seen the restoration you have posted - well done! (I have just logged in so had not seen your restoration till now) ....
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  • JoReam
    replied to Hugo Comte's editing technique
    Hi cb14.

    Having scanned both negatives and their corresponding photo prints from the late 1980 and 1990s period the main difference I noticed was the introduction of black to the photo prints in the shadows. Also labs tended to emphasize the dominant colour in the print creating a bit...
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  • JoReam
    replied to Really old pictures.
    I have worked on blueprint plans which are basically the same process. I assume you have scanned the image? Assuming you have a good scan and access to a photo editing program then try playing with the levels or curves; or even brightness/contrast to see if you can get more information from that - assuming...
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  • Hi Ray

    These are stunning! I love the application of texture to the images and where you have added additional colour backing....
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