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In Photoshop Elements 9: Scanning and Restoring Photos, professional photo restorer Janine Smith shows how to bring new life to old photos. The course begins with a look at the types of photos that may require restoration, including slides, negatives, prints, and newspaper photos, and options for scanning them. She discusses the types of scanners that are available, from flatbed to film, and the best settings to use for originals. The course then delves into Photoshop Elements tools and techniques to help restore clarity to faded photos and fix problems such as dust, scratches, and tears. Exercise files are included with the course.
Hi! I am Janine Smith. Welcome to Photoshop Elements 9, Scanning and Restoring Photos. The papers and chemicals used to create your original photographs can and will disintegrate. But by digitizing and restoring them, you can preserve and share these images with others. We will begin by identifying the different types of images you might need to restore and showing you how to get them into your computer. Next, I'll demonstrate how to use the organizer to categorize and tag your images. Then we will hop into Photoshop Elements to fix some of the most common problems.
We will see how to use levels to restore color to faded photographs. I will demonstrate how to use the Clone Stamp tool to remove spots and dust and we will even explore options for digitally repairing ripped and torn photos. I've been restoring photographs for ten years and I love to share some of the tools and tips I've learned along the way. So gather up those old photos and let's start restoring your images.
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