Restoring old photos is easy if you have the proper tools. A good scanner and an image editor dedicated to photography can bring old memories to life in no time. And when you choose your photo restoration software, make sure it offers tools for removing noise, adjusting clarity and contrast, and working with black and white pictures.
This helps you restore photographs that have seen some little accidents over time. Tools for removing ink splotches, stains, dirt, and scratches are common features of modern image editors.
Restore faded photos
Tools for removing ink splotches, stains, dirt, and scratches are common features of modern image editors. This helps you restore photographs that have seen some little accidents over time.
Luminar features that can help you with photo restoration
All you have to do is paint over the problem area. Luminar will analyze the neighboring pixels and generate a texture similar to them. Zoom in to see the smallest details and choose an appropriate brush size.
Clone Stamp tool
All you have to do is pick an area of the image to clone and place it over the spot you want to remove. You can control the size, softness, and opacity of the stamp. Use smaller sizes for better precision and excellent results.
Filters for color and tone adjustments
You can use the Exposure, Tone, Clarity, Dehaze, Denoise, Details Enhancer, and HSL filters to fix problems with your old images. If you need to cool down the temperature of your photos (as old pictures tend to become yellowish), the Color Temperature filter will help you with that. Use masks to apply adjustments only to specific parts of an image.
Looks for enhancing faded photos
For example, Accent AI 2.0 is an Artificial Intelligence-based Look that automatically fixes exposure, contrast, tone, details, and color. There are also predefined Looks for portraits, landscapes, street and aerial photography, and dramatic effects.