Fixing up old photos

I am far from a Photoshop expert, but I really enjoy learning more about the program and learning new things. One of the things I have become pretty good at is fixing older or damaged photos. It is very rewarding to start with something that really needs help, and finishing with something that has new life after being worked on. It is amazing what you can do with the color photos that have become yellow or red, or the older photos with scratches, folds, or other damage. This is a pic of one of my Grandmother’s brothers who died a long time ago. This is one of the few pictures she had of him, and she was upset with some of the damage to the photo and the damage to his face. The photos: Original photo, Sepia fixed version, Black and White version, and my (poor) hand tinted version. I could spend a lot more time on these, but I am pretty happy with the results.



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