Removal of dust and wrinkles from a photo is a tedious task. If you have images that have dust and wrinkles on them, you can use Photoshop to get rid of them. For this purpose, the cloning tool can be used. Let us read more about it.
At lower level of magnification, dust and wrinkles on an image won’t be visible. But if you get a large print of the image, you will see that the wrinkles or dust on the image is quite visible. The image will be grainy and ugly.
Let us suppose you have an image that has dust, creases, wrinkles and scratches on it. In Photoshop, you need to zoom in on the picture to deal with the defects. You need to zoom in on it more if you want to get a large print of it. Of course, you don’t want to see any defects on the final print of the image.
How can you use the cloning tool in order to get rid of the dust from the photo? Well, this is quite easy. You can remove the defects in a few minutes. After you have imported your desired photo in Photoshop, you need to grab the cloning tool. The brush in the photo refers to the area of the effect. Now, what you need to do is take pixels from a nearby area and put those pixels on the selected area. You may want to follow the guidelines given below to do it with ease.
· Even if you choose to use aligned sampling, you should keep changing the sampling location. For avoiding repetitive patterns, this trick should be used.
· It is better to choose areas that match the target for sampling. This will let you avoid abrupt changes in the image.
· For a smooth blending effect, it is a good idea to use a soft edged brush.
· You may make mistakes while doing the editing. So, it is advisable to do all the repair with the cloning brush in Photoshop on a different layer over the background. This will let you reverse the changes with ease.
Aside from this, you can make the repair lawyer disappear to see the image before and after you made the changes.
In short, this is how you can easily remove dust and wrinkles from your old photos. If you still find it hard, you can take your photos to an image editing service provider.