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Repair prized photos with these insights from Adobe Photoshop Senior Product Manager Bryan O'Neil Hughes. First, learn how to convert your prints to digital files and leverage the power of Adobe Camera Raw to streamline the import process. Next, discover how to lay the groundwork for the restoration process with cropping, basic color and tone correction, and sharpening. Then see how to correct more serious damage such as scratches, rips, and staining, and how to enhance an image with borders and creative color. As a bonus, Bryan shares some rather unconventional but smart tips for getting the best results in Photoshop.
(music playing) Hi! My name is Bryan O'Neil Hughes. I am the Senior Product Manager for Photoshop, and today I'd like to welcome you to Photoshop Insider Training: Restoring Photos. The first thing we're going to talk about is how we bring the images into the computer, whether we're using a scanner or a digital camera. Then we'll talk about powerful and nondestructive tools for getting you quickly and easily into Photoshop, and how to save a lot of time with cropping and blurring.
As we get deeper into the workflow, we'll talk about fixing serious damage, things like dust and scratches; removing rips, tears, and creases; and even repairing missing or torn parts of the image. We'll even talk about glare, stains, and water damage. Then we'll talk about some finishing touches: creating frames and borders and repurposing those borders. We'll assure that in the end your images look better than ever and are preserved forever.
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