Repair Scratched And Damaged Photos With Your Favorite Image Editor

The magic of digital cameras have freed us from dusty and scratched photos, but old photos can carry a lot of damage. Eric Goodnight over at the How-To Geek shares a few tips for repairing old photos.

Most of your new photos are probably digital, but every once in a while you’ll find an old photo you want to scan into your computer and keep. Luckily, repairing those old photos isn’t that tricky, and you can do it in something like Photoshop, or the less costly GIMP. Check out the video above to see the Healing Brush tool in action, and hit the link for more tips on how to fix up old photos.

How To Repair Scratched and Damaged Photographs or Scans [How-To Geek]

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