Fixing a non-digital photograph
May 12, 2007 9:18am CST
I have a really cute picture of my son, but in the picture he has a scrape on one cheek. I am wondering if anyone knows about software programs that can "fix" this - about their efficacy and price and user-friendliness. This is not a digital photograph, so I would have to scan it before doing anything.
12 May 07
Adobe Photoshop is one of the best photo editing programs out there, although it is pretty costly to buy i have heard. You are able to download it and do all the illegal serial code stuff as well though. Honestly, i did this myself but it has payed off in this great program and it is very easy to edit photographs wehn you get used to it. I got rid of some of my sisters mosquito bits today in a picture, using photoshop, and it worked very effectively :) Hope I have Helped
• United States
25 May 07
I would definitely agree that Photoshop is the way to go. There are so many tools that can be used that you can correct just about any problem in a photo, even if its a scan of a photo. If you aren't in a position to get the full version of Photoshop - definitely look into Photoshop Elements, which is just a scaled down version of the full thing. It's quite a bit cheaper, and offers a lot of the same features.