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    Another photo restoration for Operation Photo Rescue.

    Had fun with this one - NOT! Lots of rebuilding and fettling but got it back as best I could:

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    OPR are happy with the end result, thankfully

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    Re: Another photo restoration for Operation Photo Rescue.

    That's truly amazing Beast....

    One of the best rescues I've seen.

    A grand well done.

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    Re: Another photo restoration for Operation Photo Rescue.

    Quote Originally Posted by Inkz View Post
    That's truly amazing Beast....

    One of the best rescues I've seen.

    A grand well done.
    Thank you kind Sir, have chosen something a little easier for the next one.
    (Eye balls hurting etc)

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    Re: Another photo restoration for Operation Photo Rescue.

    The edges of the side lamp are too sharp... a little soft edges it needs.

    Rest is a very nicely executed job... Good one R-M..

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    Re: Another photo restoration for Operation Photo Rescue.

    I did try that but in the original image at full resolution it's pretty much the same but thanks buddy, was a challenge but they have accepted it and are more than happy with the end result. Thankfully because I accidentally deleted the .psd :(

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    Re: Another photo restoration for Operation Photo Rescue.

    Great job!


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    Re: Another photo restoration for Operation Photo Rescue.

    Quote Originally Posted by Jessicayla View Post
    Great job!
    Thanks Jess

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    Re: Another photo restoration for Operation Photo Rescue.

    Very good job indeed!

    How did you manage to rescue his hair?

    “If you can imagine something, you can probably create it in Photoshop.”

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    Re: Another photo restoration for Operation Photo Rescue.

    Quote Originally Posted by Still-learning View Post
    Very good job indeed!

    How did you manage to rescue his hair?
    Hey SL

    I checked the blue channel and got quite a bit of info from that and ended up making my own/adding someone else's. Not ideal but got in pretty much spot on from what I could see. I always find that using the blue channel on damaged photos can reveal lots of info that would otherwise be lost or not visible.

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    Re: Another photo restoration for Operation Photo Rescue.

    Damn great job with this. Something I wish I could do. I can do alright, but nothing this crazy.

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