Photo Restoration – 2

— Photoshop —
This is my great grandfather. The original of this portrait hangs on my grandmothers wall and many in her family want it. So, we decided to scan it in and restore it for others to print and hang on their walls.
The same processes and techniques were used in this photo as was the previous restoration that I posted. I really liked how this one turned out. I have found that the hardest thing in photo restoration is lighting. If you are not careful, you could change the lighting dramatically and make it look unrealistic.
Check Out The Photos

London – England

The best photo op was at sunset when we were between Big Ben and the London Eye. I wished I could have taken more pictures before color in the sky was gone.

Extreme Light Painting

We took over 50 pictures of this scene using a technique called, “Light Painting.” Then, using photoshop, all of the pictures were combined to make the single shot with all the areas lit up.

2012 Jetta GLI Composite

Using Photoshop, I created a composite image of a 2012 VW Jetta GLI. The car was photographed in a parking garage, but the surrounding was replaced with an outdoor scene.

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