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Mum-Mum, Dad and Aunt Lil – Photo Restoration

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Here is the original with water stains, scratches and fading.
Here is the original with water stains, scratches and fading.
Cropped, removal of water stain, removal of scratches and clean-up. I didn't even realize my Grandmother Mum-Mum was in the picture until I scanned and started cleaning it up!
Cropped, removal of water stain, removal of scratches and clean-up. I didn’t even realize my Grandmother Mum-Mum was in the picture until I scanned and started cleaning it up!
This is a picture of my dad and his sister Lil. It was quite damaged so I enlarged it and cleaned it up a bit. (Photoshop CC 2015)
Before and After using Photoshop CC 2015.
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Waterfront City at Midnight – Topaz Impression

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Another challenge image from our Yahoo DigitalNuts Digital Painters group…

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Using Topaz Impression, I created a dark charcoal version of the original. I then layered it on top of the original Photoshop file and used Multiply to create a darkened version. A little adjustment or two with the opacity and desaturation, and this made a nice night painting!
High Res Version
High Res Version
Original
Original image
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Stone Mountain Man at Crossroads

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2014-Guitar-Man-Final-1280pxWe took a trip to Crossroads at Stone Mountain a couple years ago and watched a great bluegrass band play at one of the venues. I found this photo and thought I’d try it out using Photoshop CC and some of the great tools for drawing and painting in the new version.

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Abigail at Tanglewood Farms

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We took a wonderful trip to Tanglewood Farms west of Cumming, Georgia a few months ago. I took “way too many pictures.” But this one stood out and I have been working on this drawing in Photoshop CC for some time. I used Photoshop’s brushes, the canvas texturizer, layer styles and other techniques to create a drawing that looks like what I used to do with gray charcoal paper, charcoal and white colored pencils. Using my Wacom drawing tablet, it really felt like I was drawing with a “real” charcoal pencil! I also used the little utilized Rubber Stamp Pattern tool that acts like Painter X3’s Clone or Quick Clone tool. I started a written tutorial on this technique but it got WAY too complicated! Maybe I’ll try a video tutorial.

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Abigail at Tanglewood Farms
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Japanese Garden

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Japanese Garden

A Japanese Garden painted in Photoshop, LucisArt Pro, Layers, Layer masks and the Rubber Stamp clone tool.

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Guinea Pig Sketch

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Guinea Pig Sketch

A sketch of a Guinea Pig done for my Digital Art group “Digital Nuts” sketched using Photoshop

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Aviary Gardens

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Aviary Gardens

This beautiful garden is in Aviary of Johns Creek, our subdivision off Morton Road. Taken with an iPhone and enhanced with Photoshop and LucisArt Pro 6.0

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Duck at Dusk

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Duck at Dusk

I used Photoshop and LucisArt Pro 6.0 to create a sunset scene from a daytime photo. I used a Lucis filter and created 3 layers in Multiply mode until the darkened scene was the right tone. It was nice that it kept the sky bright and the duck highlighted.

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Water Scene

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Water Scene
Photoshop with LucisArt Pro 6.0

 

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Original Photo
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Icelandic Fisherman

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Icelandic Fisherman

Photo Illustration using Photoshop CS4 and LucisArt Pro 6.0.

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