Simple Color Restoration
So let's start off with a couple simple ones I'm just going to open this one up and show you how I restored the color on this now photoshopped does a pretty amazing job at auto color, and any time I work on an image, I always do it in adjustment layers so you can see I've done a little bit of retouching the picture wasn't really damaged, but I did curves to restore the basic color then I did cull around to take out a little bit of magenta, add a little vibrance to make it a little brighter and more colorful, and added a little contrast and then curves to darken up the top still using adjustment layers makes it non destructive and then usually there's a whole siri's like she has a box of all these red pictures, so because I have all these as adjustment layers, I could drag them over to all the other images actually there's a whole lot I'll probably make an action out of it, but that is not only smart way to work, but repeating your work makes it go faster. So I honestly did auto curves ...
on this to get most of the way there and then with color balance, you know I can go into shadows, midtown's and highlights to nail the shift the magenta shift and I don't want to get into this too much because this is a relatively simple I want to get into some harder things that a really time consuming with restoration. So let me just close this, by the way, let me just address the texture issue. Sometimes we do have texture. This one has a really fine texture and there's not really any practical way to remove it on this picture to find but it's in great condition. I don't think it's objectionable, but sometimes when we retouch faces like they're super shiny faces, when we re touched him, it takes away the texture and then it's, obvious that you did work there. So you have to read, restore the texture. Well, fortunately, we have the patch tool, and so with the patch to weaken taken area that we retouched and lost the texture and drag it to another area. Now this is pretty contrast it, but this is a little more subtle, and that allowed me to restore the texture to the spot that was retouched. So that's, a good tip to know, because easy to lose texture whenever you're retouching, especially when you have to do a lot.