Join Tim Grey for an in-depth discussion in this video Creating a print version, part of Photoshop CS6: Restoring Photos.
When you want to create a print from the image that you spent time restoring, I …recommend going through a specific work flow that helps insure the best results …in that print and also helps insure that you preserve the master image with all …layers intact. You can see with this image I've added a …number of layers in order to try to optimize the appearance of what had been …a fairly damaged original. I want to preserve all those layer so …that I can apply additional adjustements if I decide that's neccesary.…
To prepare the image for printing, the workflow that I recomend involves …creating an entirely seperate copy of this photo. …To do so, I'll go to the image menu and then choose duplicate. …That will bring up the duplicate image dialog. …The default file name for the new image will be the existing name plus the word …copy, that's perfectly fine with me I'll leave that as it is and then I'll turn on …the duplicate merge layers only checkbox, which will cause the duplicate image to …
- Choosing your source image
- Adding metadata
- Image restoration strategy
- Working with layers
- Evaluating before and after
- Tonal and color adjustments
- Image cleanup
- Adjusting detail
- Saving the master image
- Creating a print or online version
Skill Level Intermediate
1. Getting Started
2. Tonal Adjustments
3. Color Adjustments
4. Targeted Tonal and Color Adjustments
5. Image Cleanup
6. Adjusting Detail
7. Finishing Up the Image
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