crash course for removing scratchmarks....


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zoossh

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am using photoshop elements (more familiar) and also have photoshop 7 (hardly used), have little knowledge of photoediting....

now trying to revive some old photos for my girlfriend childhood pic, already adjusted the levels, saturation, hue and contrast by the available slideable setting in the photoshop elements but didn't know where to start to learn how to remove the scratchmarks of a scanned photo. willing to learn and is now searching for the solution but wonder if someone can help to make that faster if you happen to have a link or already know how to describe in a few simple steps.

appreciate any help.... thanks.
 

zoossh

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by scratchmarks, i mean something like this....

 

zoossh

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Verywierd said:
You might try this:

http://retouchpro.com/tutorials/index.php?m=show&id=5

I have not tried it myself and am not sure if it will work in your case, but it is worth a try.

thanks. are trying it out and dun know how to do the below....
"Load the .atn file into your action list." click on the downloaded atn file but can't find the correct button to key in the photoshop 7.
 

zoossh

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ok, found how to do that. dragged it from windows explorer to the adobe photoshop action window on the right...
 

jonnie84

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go to the actions palette, there's a button at the side, like a play button like that. click on it and a menu comes down. in the menu there should be an option for u to load action set or something like that. that's where u can save your action set too.

hope i got that right. was just learning the basics of actions in photoshop yesterday. :)
 

zoossh

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jonnie84 said:
go to the actions palette, there's a button at the side, like a play button like that. click on it and a menu comes down. in the menu there should be an option for u to load action set or something like that. that's where u can save your action set too.

hope i got that right. was just learning the basics of actions in photoshop yesterday. :)
thanks. just got it too.
 

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