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  1. Well, today i accidentally came upon another way to remove hue. Sometimes it does not give the same quality of result but Frequency separation is something worth trying. You can easily get rid of hue in lower frequency area and bingo, you've got picture without distracting hue.
  2. Hey Stokerg, that's what i was looking for yesterday, when i wanted to get rid of hue, that remained after object removal from photo. Frequency separation is a great tool, mostly overlooked by us, newbies.
  3. Since no one replied yet, i'll just ask whether you have a JPG or "RAW" type of image? When latter, you could do a lot using the AP's Develop Persona, where you can rescue a lot out of such mishaps. If you only have a JPG, then you're probably out of luck, since you won't be able to get any detail from completely white image (but you can try using Exposure, Shadows/Highlights, Brightness/Contrast adjustments) But i'm no expert. And next time you shoot in such bright light, make sure to get shooting parameters right or start using the RAW shooting mode or use a ND filter.
  4. Yeah, you only get better by discovering new ways to achieve your goal.
  5. Hey, that's an easy solution to the task, then it's just some more easy inpainting since the hue is now perfectly matched. Haven't used the Fill yet, but for this example it's the easy way. Merci beaucoup EDIT : Did like you suggested and it's been a success.
  6. Wow, that looks just great. I'll try to do this on my own when i get better. Thank you.
  7. I'm having a hard time removing unwanted object from a picture (cropped picture attached) where this object is located in the very corner of the original photo. First, since there's no space to the right, i'm only getting the content from the left side of the object. Ok, this can be somewhat solved using the Patch tool where i select what content should replace the selection (i've only taken this example to show the point, so the quality of the replacement is poor). But what i cannot solve is the color hue that remains in the position of the removed object. I guess it has to do again with the position of the removed object. So, how can i just correct the hue (did try almost all the adjustment filters but to no avail) of the replaced area. I know, it seems so straightforward, but i cannot do it. As an excuse, i'm pretty sick right now so this might be the cause for my inability to perform the correction. Thanks for your help, Andrej
  8. AndrejS

    Inpainting Tool

    Just increase the width back to higher value and you're good to go.
  9. Guys, thank you for your suggestions, only tried toltec's method due to my restrained spare time and it works wonders. Will try your method tomorrow James, but right now, i've restored three photos and it went really fast. Ok, they were really badly damaged (bruised) so there's still work to be done but i've come a long way in no time. Again, thanks for your help , now my mom's photo book, she's getting for her birthday, will look much nicer.
  10. Hi, is is possible to do something like Suzzete did in her video (removing white and black dots on an old photo using history marker and history tool in PS, starts at 3:02) in AP? I have lots of old (damaged) photos to restore and they are covered with scratches and dots and there's no way i can clean them using dust&scratches filter, it would take forever. I know, there's no easy way to do it properly, but since i have at least 100 photos to take care of, i'd be very happy to be able to cut down the required time to do it. Thanks for your suggestions,