From Flawed Photo To Work Of Art
 

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チュートリアル: AKVIS ArtWork

From Flawed Photo To Work Of Art

 

あいにく, このページは英語にだけ使用可能です。
You can get a free license for AKVIS software by translating our texts (3-4) from English to Japanese. If you are interested, please contact us at team@akvis.com.
 

The author of the tutorial is Robert Bates.

 

After reading how AKVIS ArtWork can be used to turn scans of old photos with defects into paintings, I decided to give it a try with one of my photos.

    Original Photo Painting
    Original Photo Painting
  • Step 1. Open the image in your graphics editor – in this case Adobe Photoshop.
    Original
    Original Photo

    The photo is in bad shape. It is very dark, has many dust specks and other defects, and has a texture which makes the image appear less than sharp. So before I can create a painting from it, I’ll need to make some corrections. The AKVIS Enhancer, Noise Buster, and MultiBrush plug-ins will be useful.

  • Step 2. Let’s brighten the image first. Call the AKVIS Enhancer plug-in (Filter –> AKVIS –> Enhancer). The plug-in’s workspace will open, displaying the photo.
    Enhancer Workspace
    Enhancer Workspace

    The photo is very dark, so increase the parameters Shadows and Lightness to the maximum setting, 100. Press to process the image and then to accept the changes and return the photo to the graphics editor.

    After Enhancer
    After Enhancer

    The result is an improvement, but the original was so dark that another pass through Enhancer would help. This time set Shadows and Lightness to 25.

    Enhancer Again
    Enhancer, second pass

    Now the photo is bright enough and the colors are more vibrant.

  • Step 3. Now we’ll draw our attention to the photo’s texture. As in many photos from this time, there is a strong “honeycomb” texture to the paper. This is not so apparent when looking at the original in an album, but on a monitor it is very obvious and distracting. We can reduce the texture using AKVIS Noise Buster.

    Call the AKVIS Noise Buster plug-in (Filter –> AKVIS –> Noise Buster). The plug-in’s workspace opens and it immediately begins processing the photo using the auto filtering presets.

    Noise Buster Workspace
    Noise Buster Workspace

    Let’s try these settings:

    Noise Buster Settings
    Noise Buster Settings

    This should be enough. I don’t want to remove too much detail, since I want to make a painting from this photo. You can see the image, before and after Noise Buster here.
    Before Noise Buster After Noise Buster
    Before Noise Buster After Noise Buster

  • Step 4. Now go on to the defects in the photo. There are many specks, discolorations and other damage due to a few decades of exposure to Texas humidity. We’ll use AKVIS MultiBrush to remove these.

    Call the AKVIS MultiBrush plug-in (Filter –> AKVIS –> MultiBrush). The plug-in’s workspace opens, displaying the photo.

    MultiBrush Workspace
    MultiBrush Workspace

    Select the Clone Stamp tool . To remove the specks and other defects, select the diameter for the tool that will work best for you, select an area near the defect with the ALT key and then left-click the tool over the defect.

    After making our way across the photo, we find a white spot next to the girl’s right leg. After removing it, the transition between her leg and the background is not smooth. What to do?

    Select the Blur Tool . Reduce the diameter of the tool and apply it with the left mouse button, making a few passes over the defect. You can scale up the image to make this easier. Now the transition is much smoother.
    Before Blur Tool After Blur Tool
    Before Blur Tool After Blur Tool

    The defects have been removed. Let’s move to the next step: turning this photo into a painting.

  • Step 5. Call the AKVIS ArtWork plug-in (Filter –> AKVIS –> ArtWork). The plug-in’s workspace will open, displaying the photo. A small Preview Window shows how the photo would look based on the default settings.
    ArtWork Workspace
    ArtWork Workspace

    After some experimentation, I choose these settings…

    ArtWork Settings
    ArtWork Settings

    ...but of course you can choose your own, it’s just a matter of preference.

    We can guide the paint strokes using the Stroke Direction tool . Select it and draw some guiding lines on the photo, where you think a change in stroke direction would look best.

    Lines
    Guiding lines

    Now press to process the image and if you are satisfied with the result, press to accept the changes and return the image to the graphics editor.

    Here is the result – an old photo turned into a work of art. Click on the result to open a full size version and see the brush strokes in more detail.

    Oil painting
    Result

 

 
操作方法 操作方法
   — ワークスペース — ワークスペース
   — 操作方法  — 操作方法
   — キャンバス — キャンバス
   — フレーム — フレーム
   — テキスト — テキスト
   — ArtWorkプリセット — ArtWorkプリセット
   — 環境設定 — 環境設定
   — バッチ処理 — バッチ処理
技法 技法
   — 油絵 — 油絵
   — 水彩 — 水彩
   — グアッシュ — グアッシュ
   — コミック — コミック
   — ペン & インク — ペン & インク
   — リノカット (リノリウム版画) — リノカット (リノリウム版画)
   — パステル — パステル
操作例 操作例
   — ハーモニー: 油絵 — ハーモニー: 油絵
   — 運河の風景 風景の油絵 — 運河の風景 風景の油絵
   — アニメーション化された猫のコマ漫画 — アニメーション化された猫のコマ漫画
   — 赤い牛 — 赤い牛
   — ArtWorkギャラリー — ArtWorkギャラリー
   — 神話に登場する馬 — 神話に登場する馬
   — ガルダ湖の夕焼けをパステル調に — ガルダ湖の夕焼けをパステル調に
   — 処理途中の画像を処理結果として作成 — 処理途中の画像を処理結果として作成

 

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