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Restoring Old Photos in Photoshop

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In this tutorial viewers will learn how to restore old photos in Photoshop (an introduction to the Clone tool)

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1. Zoom into a damaged area

2. Click on the "Stamp" icon to use the Clone tool. Hold the Alt key and click to select a region. Click again, and that region will be duplicated.

3. Use a soft brush with a small size. Reselect a cloning region periodically to make sure the clone isn't too obvious

4. Use a smaller brush for more detailed repairs

5. For complicated textures such as skin, use a lower opacity brush

6. Use Image > Adjustments > Layers to repair overall lighting

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by:Bradley Dorrance
Well done, Sarah. Looking forward to learning more in Photoshop CC.
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