|How to create a merged “finished restoration” layer|
|How to improve tonality with Unsharp Masking|
|How to use Dust & Scratches to shave off the worst noise|
In the first sections of this book, I made it a point to remind you that photo restoration was about more than mere data recovery. At the very least, you’d like a restoration that accurately reflects the source photograph and doesn’t merely wind up looking like a copy many times removed from “originality.” At the best, and especially when an historically accurate, technical rendering is less important, a successful restoration ...