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How eliminate blue smudges

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Jan 05, 2023 Jan 05, 2023

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Jan 05, 2023 Jan 05, 2023

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These are artefacts of the original photo?

You can use Photoshop to get rid of such things. It can be painstaking, careful work though. It's a skill, not a simple process.

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Jan 05, 2023 Jan 05, 2023

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@Doug A Roberts it appears to be a photo taken of the original in the frame note the reflections.

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Are they in the original photo?

They look like they also could originate from the digitization process. So maybe you could get it scanned again?

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First, this is really a Photoshop issue, not Illustrator.

Second, scan the image do not take a photo and take it out of the frame - what you are seeing is reflections and the quality is poor.

If capturing with a camera is the only option, take it out of the frame, lay it on a flat surface and photograph straight down. This should elminate the reflections.

If this is your only available image - you can add layers in Photoshop to adjust the hue/saturation and then mask out the purple areas. You can also use a levels layer mask to remove the screen/window reflection in the top right.

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Carl,

 

Like Monika, I think it looks like scanning artifacts, such as those made from slides/transparencies, and there are many, including the notable stripes (green to the left/in the middle (wall (along with blue), shirt, arm, wrapping, tablecloth), purple to the right (tee)); remember the blue smudge on the tongue.

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@Jacob Bugge Its a reflection of a window from shooting a picture frame. Look at the entire image - its trees and sky reflecting.

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How about the regular stripes, Kevin?

 

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