So, Monday's lesson was about how to scan our vintage photos at the best possible size so the edits we make will go smoothly and look great. Tuesday's lesson is called "Global Restoration" and is about making some general edits that will apply to nearly every photo - straightening the scanned image if necessary and tweaking/adjusting the color, contrast and levels of lightness/darkness of the photo.
This is the result of using the global restoration technique on a scanned photo of my maternal grandmother. Really made a big difference, don't you think?! This original photo was taken in the Phillipines sometime in 1947 or 48 when my grandmother was about 29 years old.
I can tell this is going to be a GREAT CLASS and look forward to all the neat tips and tricks we'll be learning in the next couple of weeks :)