Photo Restoration in Photoshop

PhotoRestorationWorkshopSm.jpgMy latest video training title covering photo restoration in Photoshop is now available, and if you order within the next week you can save 20%. Just enter PREST20 in the Coupon Code during checkout from my video2brain online store. You can view sample videos, get more information, or make your purchase, through my video2brain online store here:

https://partner.video2brain.com/timgrey/course-40845.htm

In this video training course I start off by presenting some of the general concepts and strategies related to performing significant cleanup work on damaged photos that have been digitized. I then guide you through tonal adjustments, color adjustments, targeted corrections, a variety of cleanup techniques, enhancing detail, and finishing up the image.

All told there is just shy of 3 hours of high-definition video training. And when you purchase this title, you’ll also be able to download the project files used in each lesson so you can follow along.

So, if you have some older photos that are showing their age and could use a bit (or a lot) of cleanup work, “Photo Restoration in Photoshop” can help. Have a look here:

https://partner.video2brain.com/timgrey/course-40845.htm

About Tim Grey

Tim Grey is in the business of making photographers smarter and happier. He is the author of more than a dozen books on digital imaging for photographers, has written hundreds of magazine articles, and publishes the Ask Tim Grey e-mail newsletter as well as the Pixology digital magazine. He also speaks at a variety of events and leads photography workshops around the world.
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2 Responses to Photo Restoration in Photoshop

  1. eljay says:

    Tim,

    A very timely video for me. I’ll be immersed in a project later this year that will include working on photos from 1909. Thanx for reading my mind.

    Larry

    eljay
    eljayPhoto.com

  2. A very timely video for me. I’ll be immersed in a project later this year that will include working on photos from 1909. Thanx for reading my mind.

    Photo restoration

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