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Author Topic: Thank God for the Blue Channel  (Read 1706 times)

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Thank God for the Blue Channel
« on: April 30, 2013, 12:04:40 PM »
I recently did this restoration and it was a breeze because the blue channel was hardly affected by the "stain"on the left side of the photo.



I went to the channels panel and isolated and copied the blue channel, went back to the layers panel, created a new layer and pasted it in. I then set the layer's blend mode to "darken" an it worked nicely.



Still had to get rid of a lot of gunk with the patch and clone tools, but at least I avoided having to fully recreate the curtains on the left side.