When projects require the use of pictures that are damaged or old, Photoshop editing can be the difference between greatness and failure. Before digital photography, we all used film. Today every image must be digitized to be utilized, so film must be scanned to be used in any project for print or web. During the scanning process it will be cleaned of dust particles, hairs, cuts or scratches but that doesn’t mean those flaws will just disappear – they will need to be digitally removed. Therefore, once the picture becomes a digitized image, all of those subtle flaws can be removed by using Adobe Photoshop. The colors can be enhanced or modified to deliver a perfect photo. The secret to editing is to use the enhancement tools in moderation. Here are just a few samples of advanced Photoshop editing.



Why Is Photoshop Important?
• Restoring Damaged and Old Photographs
• Deleting Cracks, Folds, Scratches and Dust
• Color Correcting Flaws and Over Exposed Imagery
• Repairing Scenes and Photographic Mistakes
• Artistically Transforming Pictures Into Original Art


Adobe Photoshop is the industry standard for editing pictures. It’s capable of a much more than is necessary when editing images and has many tools that can be overly used to manipulate photography. The secret to utilizing Photoshop is delivering final images that do not look edited.