Articles tagged with restoring old photos
These are the sample images to follow along with Erin Peloquin’s “Restore Old Photos” tutorial from the March/April2014 issue of PET.
Got old family photos slowly fading in a closet somewhere? It’s time to preserve those precious heirlooms by turning them into digital files.
If you’ve ever had a large photograph (or other object) that won’t fit on your scanner bed, Liz shows you a surefire way to combine multiple scans using Photomerge® inside of Photoshop Elements.
Using a torn–and worn–photograph, Matt walks through how to use the various clone and healing tools in Photoshop Elements.
Dave shows off another use for Adobe Camera Raw: enhancing a scan of an old photo.
Whether you work with an old treasure or a recent photo, this coloring technique adds a lovely vintage touch.
Bobbie Coughlin talks about the work that went into restoring a cherished friend’s photo. You’ll be so inspired by her work that you’ll head up to the attic for old images.
Mike continues with the third step in the process of restoring an old tattered image.
Mike continues the process of restoring an old tattered image in this 4-part series.
Mike walks you through the process of restoring an old tattered image in this 4-part series.
One of the problems with restoring old images is removing specks from the scan. Dave shows you how.
In this article, we’ll take a look at fixing everything from discoloration to cracks; but first, there are several things you can do even before you start the restoration process to make corrections and repairs go smoother.