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Feb 23, 2013 05:35:09   #
winterrose
 
DebAnn wrote:
Hi All. I am scanning negatives for a book I'm doing on family photos I've shot over 35 years. This one is direct off the scanner. I cleaned the neg thinking the mark on one boy's arm was dirt. But I think it is a wierd light reflection. I haven't been able to eliminate it properly. Is there a Photoshop expert out there who can do it for me? I'd be very grateful.


If you have any others I'd be only too glad to help. Cheers, Rob.



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Feb 23, 2013 05:53:38   #
SUNANGEL
 
Wouldn't have noticed if you hadn't pointed it out - it is just a lovely capture of two lovely little children.

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Feb 23, 2013 06:00:12   #
katbandit
 
i just loved the band aid with the scabby knees..lol

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Feb 23, 2013 08:03:35   #
TLCarney
 
I'm not sure, but a closer look at the white patches on the arm and the other one's hand, I don't know but there could have been a little paint or whitewash project...had anyone seen the cat that day??? I'm just say'n..,

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Feb 23, 2013 08:08:07   #
jerryc41 (a regular here)
 
katbandit wrote:
i just loved the band aid with the scabby knees..lol


I noticed that right away. I don't know how my poor knees survived my childhood. I seemed to have permanent scabs on them. In the original picture, it looks like there's a cut on the other knee, too. I'm talking about the kid wearing #61. :D

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Feb 23, 2013 08:13:11   #
jerryc41 (a regular here)
 
DebAnn wrote:
Hi All. I am scanning negatives for a book I'm doing on family photos I've shot over 35 years. This one is direct off the scanner. I cleaned the neg thinking the mark on one boy's arm was dirt. But I think it is a wierd light reflection. I haven't been able to eliminate it properly. Is there a Photoshop expert out there who can do it for me? I'd be very grateful.

I don't suppose you could post a "today" picture of those two.

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Feb 23, 2013 08:23:11   #
DebAnn
 
Thanks guys for the work and the laughs. I like the scars and the bandaids too. If you knew these two kids (they are now men) you would know that they were always into trouble so their knees were usually skinned!
OddJobber wrote:
Put it back! You're treating this shot like they were your own kids. :) Aren't they cool subjects before they get older and selfconscious.

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Feb 23, 2013 08:31:47   #
2x25mpg
 
Go ahead keep manipulating it so it looks nothing like the original.
I am glad that I dont understand editing.

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Feb 23, 2013 09:20:30   #
sirlensalot
 
Wedding guy rocks it. One of my favorites on UHH.

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Feb 23, 2013 09:39:46   #
SoftLights
 
Nice job guys, and what a great shot. I raised two boys and a little girl. Wish I'd invested in Johnson & Johnson, could have retired sooner.

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Feb 23, 2013 10:46:33   #
DebAnn
 
Here they are today. The kid on the right in the original is the man at front left. The kid on the left is the bald man at centre back. Ain't it amazin' what time does to a person!
jerryc41 wrote:
DebAnn wrote:
Hi All. I am scanning negatives for a book I'm doing on family photos I've shot over 35 years. This one is direct off the scanner. I cleaned the neg thinking the mark on one boy's arm was dirt. But I think it is a wierd light reflection. I haven't been able to eliminate it properly. Is there a Photoshop expert out there who can do it for me? I'd be very grateful.

I don't suppose you could post a "today" picture of those two.
Groomsmen at Tom's wedding
Groomsmen at Tom's wedding...

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Feb 23, 2013 11:20:50   #
Shine11
 
Weddingguy wrote:
OddJobber wrote:
Very good! Now about that bandaid....no, that would be counter-effective. That's a real keeper shot!


I looked at the band-aid, and the scar on the other knee, but thought they should be kept . . . it's part of being a kid!

How did u remove the shadow and band aid ?

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Feb 23, 2013 11:45:42   #
OddJobber
 
2x25mpg wrote:
Go ahead keep manipulating it so it looks nothing like the original.
I am glad that I dont understand editing.


Did you take your grouch medicine today?

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Feb 23, 2013 11:46:08   #
yhtomit (a regular here)
 
Weddingguy wrote:
DebAnn wrote:
Hi All. I am scanning negatives for a book I'm doing on family photos I've shot over 35 years. This one is direct off the scanner. I cleaned the neg thinking the mark on one boy's arm was dirt. But I think it is a wierd light reflection. I haven't been able to eliminate it properly. Is there a Photoshop expert out there who can do it for me? I'd be very grateful.


Here ya go.


Nice work.

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Feb 23, 2013 11:48:41   #
DebAnn
 
Thank you Rob. I may have to take you up on that. I'm still scanning my photos and I'm not very good at repairing problems other than little spots and cracks.
winterrose wrote:
DebAnn wrote:
Hi All. I am scanning negatives for a book I'm doing on family photos I've shot over 35 years. This one is direct off the scanner. I cleaned the neg thinking the mark on one boy's arm was dirt. But I think it is a wierd light reflection. I haven't been able to eliminate it properly. Is there a Photoshop expert out there who can do it for me? I'd be very grateful.


If you have any others I'd be only too glad to help. Cheers, Rob.

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