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    Default How to remove word (in blue) from Photo?

    Need to reprint and digitalise my wedding photo (>10 yrs old) but the bridal shop has THROW away the negative.
    However, the set of photos that are suitable for scanning has "ROUGH PROOF" stamp on them (in blue). Any easy way to remove them?
    Try using Color Range to isolate them, then do not how to proceed next?

    Any suggestion are most welcomed?

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    Have to use clone tool to slowly clone out the wordings and then use healing brush to touch up.

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    if photos are in matt, u can TRY using a weak alcohol to dissolve the ink away. however try this on an unimportant one to test first - and do it at ur own risk :P


    Quote Originally Posted by Woops
    Need to reprint and digitalise my wedding photo (>10 yrs old) but the bridal shop has THROW away the negative.
    However, the set of photos that are suitable for scanning has "ROUGH PROOF" stamp on them (in blue). Any easy way to remove them?
    Try using Color Range to isolate them, then do not how to proceed next?

    Any suggestion are most welcomed?

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    thanks for the suggestions. The photo are not in matt.
    Clone + healing will be very time consuming - so thinking of fading the word first before proceeding with clone.
    let me explore channel mixer to see whether any help.

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    or just let a professional shop do it for you. Beautiful memories does wonders on digital imagin.

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