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Melinda & Samuel 1904

By RosaB
This is another photo that I have cropped from the main family group that I uploaded recently.

I have tinted it in PS elements 5. [see previous photo for info]. This one was more time consuming as it needed about 14 adjustment layers! One for every colour. Also I cloned out the people in the background and tinted that also! I enjoy doing it it is good practise and learn as I go!

All advice,opinions and comments welcome!

Tags: Historical Restoration Digitally manipulated Tinted Old photo Portraits and people

Voters: GalleryGirl, Paul_cats, anpix and 14 more

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GalleryGirl 14 4 2 United Kingdom
1 Mar 2008 10:15AM
Well done Rosa! Looks great.

Marilyn x
Paul_cats 15 61 22 Scotland
1 Mar 2008 10:35AM
Great work Rosa. The final result was well worth the effort.
anpix 13 88 United Kingdom
1 Mar 2008 11:32AM
really well edited i wish i could edit like that!
RosaB 14 61 2 Greece
1 Mar 2008 4:36PM
Thanks for all your lovely comments!

If you have PS elements 5 I can recommend several tutorials Andrew. Let me know sorry I can't PM you a the moment!
anpix 13 88 United Kingdom
2 Mar 2008 8:27AM
Thanks i have got PSE3 i think you can pm when i have been a member for 1 month thanks
2 Mar 2008 11:48AM
PSP 9 mostly..Chris
pascalg Plus
14 37 1 France
10 Mar 2008 7:51PM
superb work !
pamelajean Plus
15 1.6k 2237 United Kingdom
12 Mar 2008 4:04PM
Excellent work, Rosalie, it has come to life. I love the way people used to pose for pictures, it's classic !
LisaRose 14 172 4 United States
12 Mar 2008 5:17PM
Thanks for your pm Rosa, very nicely done. I am just learning about hand coloring, very fun! (and it does take a lot of patience!) Smile

Rock 19 10 2 England
19 Mar 2008 2:41PM
Clever work.

The ladys always look so stern but all had hearts of gold !

dawnmichelle 14 12 United States
9 Apr 2008 7:42PM
your work is amazing

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