Repairing small rips and creases


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Repairing small rips and creases

When old photographs are stored loose in a box or drawer especially when they're taken out occasionally to be looked through they're subject to being bent. Even when they're just bent slightly it can result increases. Bent a little more and little rips and tears start to appear. The picture I'm working on today, house, is actually a picture of my grandparent's house in Eddyville, New York. It's a really great picture. But it's got some creases that I'd really like to take care of. So let's begin by duplicating our Background layer by hitting Ctrl on a PC and Command on a Mac + J, and let's rename our duplicate layer, house, and Enter.

Let's zoom in on one of the areas of damage so we can really see what we're working with. Let's go over here to the toolbar and select the Zoom tool this magnifying glass. Let's go over here in this area of foliage and click to zoom. Let's zoom in really tight at about 200 % and I want to move the s...

Repairing small rips and creases
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Repairing small rips and creases provides you with in-depth training on Photography. Taught by Janine Smith as part of the Photoshop Elements 9: Scanning and Restoring Photos

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Photography
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Photoshop Elements
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