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This class is for anyone who wants to learn the basics and get started restoring old photos. The most common issues people face when restoring an old photo will be discussed, such as removing scratches, cleaning up stains, correcting exposure and color, and repairing and removing details. The editing tools appropriate for each of these situations will be explained in general, such as the rubber stamp/clone, healing brush, eraser, and selection tools to name a few.
In addition, settings, such as adjusting contrast, color balance, and converting an image to black and white will be explored. This class contains general information and is suitable for all skill levels, all computer devices, and all photo editing software.
Important note: This class is designed for viewing only. A computer with photo editing software is not needed and will not be used by attendees.
The program will not be recorded.
About the Presenter
Deborah Tual is a graduate of the University of Pennsylvania and has worked in marketing and promotion for large corporations, small businesses, and nonprofits for over 25 years. She is a Certified Professional Photographer and an Approved Business Instructor for the Professional Photographers of America. She enjoys sharing her experience and expertise in business, marketing, and photography.
This program will take place on Zoom. All registered attendees will be emailed the room link.