Sometime over the past few weeks, I watched a tutorial that taught about the fade correction. I made a mental note to get around to trying it out on some photos I had from the late 1960’s to early 1970’s. Carole explained about the discolorations from this era in photographic history. With just 1 click it totally transformed them! I had almost given up on ever having these photos for my family album. Thank you for pointing it out!
I have 3 that are quite noticeable. Two are color photos and the other is a somewhat sepia toned B&W photo. I still have work to do on them. The fade correction is the only adjustment I have made at this point. I’m really happy with the results thus far.
Wow, those are impressive! Interesting how the second photo got “new” colors using that command. I initially thought you had added colorization. A lesson to anyone working with old photos: try that Fade Correction!
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Cassel is the owner and main instructor in the Scrapbook Campus.
She has been teaching digital scrapbooking for over 15 years.