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Light and Lens, 3rd Edition by Robert Hirsch

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CHAPTER 9Presentation and Preservation

 

 

 

DIGITAL RETOUCHING AND REPAIR

After you’ve made a meaningful digital image, you might want to physically present it and properly store it for future use. First, you should make sure that any visual defects, including dust marks, have been corrected before making final prints, which means using a few of the retouching and repair tools. Those same tools in your digital imaging software can also help you restore faded images as well as color negatives and transparencies (slides). Additionally, such software offers potent tools for retouching and repairing traditional photographic images. A moderately to severely damaged image can be scanned, electronically repaired, and then reprinted (see Figure ...

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