In this video, watch as we restore an old damaged photo to a state that is suitable for use in your albums.  We will use the cloning tool and adjust the lighting.

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8 Responses to Historian Video: June 1959 – A Photo Restoration

  1. Dawn Brozovich says:

    Thanks, Tameka! This is awesome! I have some photos of my mom that need some help. I’ll post them in the FB group when I’m done.

  2. says:

    Thank you Tameka! I am just getting back into this and was excited to see how well I will be able to restore old photos..

  3. Donna Pullan says:

    Great video Tameka! On the last before and after example, the original has a bit of a yellow ting to it and the restored version is more gray. How did you change the color? When restoring photos so you sharpen?

  4. Kathy says:

    I have done a lot of photo restoration using Historian. I picked up a few hints from your video, though. I didn’t know you could use the little mouse wheel to adjust the size of the clone brush. Can’t wait to try that. Do you know if the latest version of Historian 4 allows you to clone from another source? It seems like I could do that with previous versions but can’t figure out how to do it in this latest version.

    • Tameka says:

      Yes you can clone from another source. You must use the “Reference Image” button on the touch up ribbon. The image you want to use as the reference should be in the workspace. Then you open the image you want to clone the reference image onto and click the “Reference image” button.

  5. Kaye Rhodes says:

    Tameka! You make it look so easy!

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