Photo Restoration: Removing Paper Texture
Photo Restoration: Removing Paper Texture is an Intermediate level study on Photography, written by an expert, Neil Rhodes. This study is an absolute pillar for anyone who needs to sharpen his/her Photography expertise. It provides you a strong understanding on Photography, Restoration, Scanning, Photoshop, Photography, Restoration, Scanning and Photoshop.
Many vintage photos were printed on textured, “silk-finish” photographic paper. If you’re restoring an old photo, you’ll want to remove this texture to get the cleanest, sharpest results.
In this course, master retoucher Neil Rhodes shows a variety of techniques for removing paper texture, from scanning the photo in multiple angles to using a sophisticated Photoshop plugin called FFT to process photos on Windows.