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Restoration by beanarts Restoration by beanarts
A photo restoration I had my hand at trying. Not brilliant, and took roughly 2 and a half hours, so I have to get the speed, but otherwise not a bad bit of practice.
Original stock by :iconmarkopolio-stock: [link]

To those who restore photos, professionally or just for fun, some critical eye and feedback would be appreciated.
Cheers.
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blogursky Featured By Owner Nov 14, 2010
wow good job (:
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beanarts Featured By Owner Nov 16, 2010  Professional General Artist
Thank you :) I should get around to doing more :)
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Ink-DreamsMMIX Featured By Owner Jul 2, 2010  Hobbyist General Artist
While I feel you have done well for the time you've allotted yourself a few things have come to my attention. I think you have altered her hair line somewhat on the left hand side. The shoulder strap of her dress could also do with some refinement. One question comes to mind, Have you use a rubber stamp tool while doing this? If not I'd greatly recommend this as it will better hind where the work has been done, as it replicates fine textures and colour, things like film grain fabric and skin textures are all reproduced and to scale with the rest of the image.
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beanarts Featured By Owner Jul 21, 2010  Professional General Artist
I think I may have used the rubber stamp tool, but I still have much practicing to do :)
Thanks for the comment :)
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Ink-DreamsMMIX Featured By Owner Jul 21, 2010  Hobbyist General Artist
No worries, I've been doing some work myself with some old photographs and realised I'd made an error of calling it a rubber stamp, what I had meant to say was the clone stamp tool.
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Sandra-Lee Featured By Owner Jul 1, 2010
Its a pretty damn good restoration =) I used to do hundreds of these at my old work, I thought it was fun haha I suppose once you've fixed all the big obvious flaws you can work on the details like the material of the dress and the uneven shadow on her elbow. I suck at critiquing so I apologise if this makes no sense =P
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beanarts Featured By Owner Jul 21, 2010  Professional General Artist
It does make sense, and thank you for the kind words
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