Revaluing faded portraits in Photoshop

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I have adjusted all the settings correctly, open aperture, low tele focal length, classic picture composition. But my portrait still appear faded.

Can anyone help me?



Best Answer by Gideon Yasti
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Answered By 15 points N/A #109576

Revaluing faded portraits in Photoshop



Here I am trying to give the solution regarding your issues. Here following the steps below:

  • You should select two different images or picture first for make this project.
  • Now open your selected images in Adobe Photoshop any version software.
  • Then select your background image layer and then you should drag another image on the background image.
  • Then create a layer mask for the second picture.
  • Then give a fill effect or color for that layer mask. You can give a gradient effect or color there.
  • Now use your mouse on that image for draw a straight line.
  • Then it will automatically create fade effect.



Answered By 0 points N/A #109577

Revaluing faded portraits in Photoshop



I suggest you to follow these troubleshooting steps to fix the issue:
>> Open the faded photo, press Ctrl J and duplicate the layer.

>> Choose enhance from the menu bar and select ‘auto levels’.

>> Press Ctrl J again.

>> Go to blend mode menu. Then click on multiply.

>> Please lower the opacity until the image looks good.

>> Press Ctrl E with the top layer selected.

>> Click on the ‘eye’ icon to hide it so that you can compare with the original.

>> Now save your image in a JPG and rename it.



That’s all.

Thanks and regards,

Skarbos Jay.

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