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Does anyone have a challenging photo that needs some work done to it? I am getting bored with the winter and have no real projects to work on. It would be interesting if we had a photo to work on and then tell how we fixed, repaired or what ever we needed to do to make it look good. Anyone besides me ready for a winter challenge? If you have a photo that is a challenge , post it and lets get to work and see how we would fix it. If no one else is interested in doing this we can just forget it.
Tina B
Tina, I love the idea. Here's one of my dearly departed mother-in-law.

My DW would really love to have this photo in good condition. I gave it a try and failed.

If a larger photo would help you can get it at the site below.

http://russinator.smugmug.com/Family/Fo ... 2&lb=1&s=A

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Hi Tina
If you are looking for restoration challenges, here is a good site to check out. http://www.operationphotorescue.org/
Betty
Win 8.1, PS CC, Canon bridge P&S
Russ, I really like the wonderful photo of your mother.
You might want to try this easy adjustment --- levels, auto
Janine Smith writes several articles about restoration, if you are interested. http://www.tipsquirrel.com/index.php/author/landailyn/
Betty
Win 8.1, PS CC, Canon bridge P&S
I will try and work on the photo and I hope others will too. I may be fun to learn how to tackle a project like this.
Tina B
What a beautiful woman. What color were her eyes, and hair? This may take a while but it gves me something to work at.
Tina B
Tina_B wrote: What a beautiful woman. What color were her eyes, and hair? This may take a while but it gves me something to work at. Tina B


Thanks in advance. Dee had blue eyes and brown hair.

PS: I inserted a link to a larger photo of Dee at the top of this thread.
Love the idea hope to give it a try when time is a little more abundant.
a b/w version from me. Looking forward to Tina's art

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larger - 640x490 px w 72 ppi link below. However it is sill the same dimensions as posted above by Russ.
http://www.pixentral.com/show.php?pictu ... D41LaglB1o

fwiw: not much time was spent on the above since it is a low res file. I didn't sharpen, because it would bring back some of the damage on the photo.
Betty
Win 8.1, PS CC, Canon bridge P&S
Betty, my wife and I love what you did to my wife's mother's photo.

My DW just told me that her mother was a teenager in that photo - it was taken about 60 years ago. My DW is very impressed and thanks you from the bottom of her heart. Now Donna (my wife) wants to know why I wasn't able to do what you did to the photo. I told her that you are much better at photoshop than me; however, I'm a better surfer than you are.
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