Tagged: Fix It
June 17, 2018 at 1:14 pm #19451CasselKeymaster
Whether you watched the Let’s Fix It Master Class or any other tutorial on fixing damaged photos, how about showing us some before an after images of your project? Tell us what tools you used. Tell us what challenges you encountered in fixing those photos. Ask us questions or suggestions if you are still unhappy with something.
And since we are always curious, why not give us a little story about that photo. Who is in the picture? When or where was it taken? What does that photo mean to you?
Remember that you need to resize your image to 600 pixels wide so it won’t make the page too slow to load for others. Just click on the Upload Image button, at the bottom of the text area. If you have your photo already hosted somewhere else (like Flickr, or your own blog), you can just link to it by clicking the little image icon above the Text entry area and paste in the url for the image. It will then appear in your post.
If you have not yet registered to the live class on June 22nd, now is the time. Register now.June 24, 2018 at 5:57 pm #19644Arlene McKenrickParticipant
I’m heavily into photo restoration mostly for my own family tree, but also fix photos for others in my spare time. I am mostly self-taught, having started with PSP in versions since 2009, when it was called Jasc, I believe. There are 3 versions of the same photo, the original, the 1st one I fixed a couple of years ago, then the last one, after I took the June 22 class. I believe it’s an improvement.
I create family scrapbooks (or family history books) for family members with documents I have found on Ancestry, Family Search, or other places and print them on heavy quality photo paper. I take them to Staples, which is close to me, and have them spiral bound and give them to my family members. (usually less than $2) Most have more than 30 pages, so they are too large to show here. Family members are delighted to learn their history.June 25, 2018 at 4:31 am #19656CristinaParticipant
Arlene, what a terrific work you did with the old photo!June 28, 2018 at 10:33 am #19814MicheleParticipant
I used various techniques I learned from the Master Class and from the Corel Webinar Cassel taught in order to clean up this photo of my granddaughter. It wasn’t an actual damaged photo. I don’t know if she was really underwater or if she used an app to give that effect. LOL
~ MicheleJune 29, 2018 at 11:43 am #19841CristinaParticipant
Michele, your granddaughter is a cute young lady… I don’t know why but her physique du role reminded me of a ballerina. 🙂
Amazing what we can do after watching Cassel’s webinars… I am always learning… great work!June 30, 2018 at 7:55 am #19853MicheleParticipant
Thanks, Cristina. <3
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