How To Fix A Picture
So you want to know how to fix a picture? Let me guess. You took a bunch of pictures, and the ones you really love are the ones that need to be fixed, whether it be from blur, red eye or unwanted images. This guide will show you what you need to do in order to fix a picture.
- Most digital cameras come with software to fix messed up images. Use this software to fix red eye, poor coloring or fading. Software that comes included with digital cameras, however, are very limited.
- If you want to go the extra mile and really touch up and fix a photo, you will need an outside source. A personal favorite goes to Corel software, which is capable of fixing red eyes, blurs, faded colors and best of all, can even delete strangers who end up in your photo who you don't want in there. Annoying photo bombers!
- If you have an old torn image, you can fix it up using photo software. Any software will do, and all you really need to do is fix up the tear using a smudge setting or blemish fix setting on your photo software. It is easy and takes less than a minute using either Corel or Photoshop.
- You can use blemish fix settings to remove acne or wrinkles with just a few clicks of your mouse on just about any photo editing software as well.
- Adding frames can bring boring photos to life as well. These are not the regular frames, but the frames that come included in photo editing software.
- Play around with photo editing software until you are comfortable with it. Mess with the settings, filter settings that may be included and other special effects that you can use to fix a photo or improve a photo.
- If you still are having trouble with bad coloring, you may want to check and see what that photo would look like in a black and white setting. Sometimes a photo that requires a lot of editing can be easily fixed by just trying out a black and white setting.
- If you consistently run into poor quality images with your camera, try setting your camera to a higher quality setting. You will be able to get less photos on your memory card using a higher setting, but it may really be worth the loss, especially if your images are in higher quality.
- Play with your cameras settings as well. Fixing a photo sometimes is not even needed if you just know how to use your camera. Even standard point and shoot cameras have special settings that most users ignore.