Removing Stains From Photos

 

Advanced Photo Restoration

 

Lesson Info

Removing Stains From Photos

So let's tackle a few other things so here's a stain it's kind of a light colored stain or bleach bleached I guess is it called a stain when it's lighter I don't know um I'm going to show you how to fix those now I will usually use an adjustment layer so I'll just last so it and I usually keep my lasso on about two pixel feather adjustment layer of curves and I'm just going to dark in it now I have to decide where it matches best and I ignore the edges because sometimes it's hearted sometimes it's ah ah the smooth edge or a feathered edge and so I just get it to where it matt's pretty close in the middle that actually looks pretty pretty good um we can kind of see a line down here this matches really well but because I used an adjustment layer there's a mask on there so I can go to my mask and with a brush I confess either this off and if I just paint it like thirty percent I just type three to go to thirty percent aiken feather off these edges if I want now if I want I can also go in ...

here and feather my mask but you can see it feathers all the edges the same and then all of sudden you can see him so if it's a universal edge that works a lot of times it doesn't, though, so I usually painted on by hand. Um, unless I can get away with that, okay, so I think maybe you could use a little bit more darkening. I can also go. Teo, I'm in the brush right now. Ex to exchange two white and my brush a little bit smaller. It could be a little bit darker right here to get rid of that. And this one over here looks like it's a similar issue so I can paint that over there and let's, try one hundred percent so I can take any area that I want teo darken and paint it on and build it up. I'm painting at thirty percent so I can build it up as I need now. If it's a specific stain, I will usually outline it and assume that the whole stain needs the same amount. That's, usually quicker by the way I am using a walking tablet, and these are invaluable. If you're doing any kind of restoration or re touching any kind, this is so powerful because you have pressure sensitivity to control not only the effect of your brush past, even brushed edges of your brush it's really powerful, and especially when it comes for outlining things you can do. A lot, a lot more precise. The other thing is, you can only use a mouse for so long, and your wrist is going to start wearing out. You could go five times longer with the tablet.

Class Description


Learn the vital tricks you need to restore photographs and add a new profit center to your Photography! Photoshop possesses power to magically repair and restore damages images - IF you know the secrets! Suzette will show you the super fast and easy ways (that are somewhat hidden!) to tackle tedious repairs and restore the color, texture and even missing pieces of images! Everything from masking & adjustment layers, to liquify, healing, patch, colorizing, rebuilding, and blending! You won't want to miss this invaluable class that will show you how to do "impossible repairs" and tons of applicable techniques for ALL your imaging projects!


Software Used: Adobe Photoshop CC 14.2

Reviews

a Creativelive Student
 

Love Suzette's teaching style and she was very thorough in her explanations of each thing she does. I also bough Matt's restoration class, this one by far has more information although his was great also. Would like to see Suzette back on creative live again :)