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Restoring Trudie Ann Part 3

Cleaning with Healing and Patching tools

In Part 1, I used Camera Raw to make very basic adjustments on the original scan of Trudie Ann. In Part 2, I used the old, but still useful, Dust & Scratches filter to take care of a lot of very minor spots that film scans often have. 1,377 more words

Adobe Photoshop

Remove unwanted items

To remove any unwanted items from an image, go to the “Enhance” panel on the left of the screen & click on the icon that looks like a plaster (or band aid), the spot healing tool. 106 more words


Free App: Handy Photo


Handy Photo is from the makers of TouchRetouch (an app that I like to use to remove things from photos) and AntiCrop. It is so full of features, that I recommend you grab it while its free. 593 more words


Three and a Half Uses for Content-Aware in Photoshop

Since Adobe Photoshop CS5, we’ve had a tool called Content-Aware. It’s been described as magical and a life-saver but what exactly is it and how can we best use it? 79 more words


Self Portrait Contest Winner - 3rd Place

Date entered contest: Tuesday, December 9, 2014
This photo I entered in a contest at BYU-Idaho’s Photographics Society. I was excited when I learned it had tied for 3rd place out of around 30 entries! 268 more words

Digital Imaging