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    Photoshop restoration


    Hey everyone! My name is David and I am new to the forum. My hobbies are Computer hardware, saltwater fishing, golfing, bowling, tennis and recently getting into Automotive and photography.

    I have a friend who found out i like to dabble in Photoshop and asked if I can help him fix some pictures of his. He used to play for the Chicago bears back in the 70's. As to where he got these pictures I don't know the source of these images. I'm assuming he recorded a game VHS clipped a frame out and had them developed? Well I tried everything to my knowledge of Photoshop to fix the grain in the image using high-pass, blur, even hoping making it black and white would help. Obviously not going too well. Any insight on what to do with these would help. I have included a shot of what I'm working with to give you guys the gist of what is going on.

    Any advice will be great. Thanks for taking the time to listen(read).

    PS. I don't know how to include an image because new members cant include URLS in a post. I guess I can message them to those who are willing to offer some insight?
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    darn, totally didn't think of that.

    thanks for the heads up

    i38.photobucket . com/albums/e120/Davidth626/DSC00533Full2BW1Color_zps91445673.jpg
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    That is a very low resolution photo. I could not do much to repair it myself. My results are below. The original is on the left. I used color curve adjustments and the high pass filter. I dont think there is much more that can be done. I can upload the psd file if you are interested.

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    Thanks soo much


    Thanks for the help the picture does have a much better contrast than before. Yes I would appreciate the PSD very much, any techniques I can add to my reserve would be awesome. Again, thank you benno for the help.
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    No problems. Here it is. Feel free to reverse engineer :-)
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    Hello friends,

    I need you help, I hope you can suggest me any idea. When I am use font in Photoshop, they are not clear or smooth. pixel of my font are separated.
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    Thanks


    So we should take nice photography before the photo editing .

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