Family Photo

This is a discussion on Family Photo within the Family History Photos forums, part of the PHOTO PROJECTS category; Hello Folks, haven't posted much (or any) but I enjoy the site. I'm always reminded that it's better to remain silent and be thought a ...


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    Hello Folks, haven't posted much (or any) but I enjoy the site. I'm always reminded that it's better to remain silent and be thought a fool, than to open my mouth and remove all doubt.

    I just recently started using Elements 6 and this is my first attempt to colorize an old family photo. This is my wifes family (she is the baby in this photo). There were 12 kids and the family was too big to fit in front of the muslin. :P

    Feel free to critique.





    Here's the colorized version.




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    PHOTO EDITING OK
    Looks good....Nice work
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    really great work!!
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    Thank you.
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    11 older brothers and sisters! I like the way the photographer staggered the kids around.

    Nice job on the photo.
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    Wow - awesome job


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    Thanks. I have to give all credit to Photoshop and the Restoration & Retouching Book. They make it easy.
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    wow! awesome job!
    Holly

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    Fantastic job! Don't have a clue how you do it!
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    my jaw is on the floor would love to learn to do this
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