HI all. I really need some help with this. Im taking photos of some oil paintings with a camera, cropping in photoshop etc. the problem is the texture of the canvas is visible in the image and It looks not so good, on the other hand I want to save as much detail as possible. Can anyone tell me how to get rid of the canvas lines/texture? if its even possible.
Thank you very much
The image: (you can see the horisontal lines everywhere)
I treated as if it was a video frame: deinterlaced it (Filters/video) and then smart sharpened.
This looks pretty good! thanks for your time. can you tell me the numbers? or atleast be more specific in what you did there?
Im a dumb person
Files > Video > Deinterlace >odd lines interpolation (repeat) even lines interpolation
Filter > Sharpen > Smart Sharpen > play with amount until it looks okay.
Thank you very much!
I never really considered using the Filter > Video > Deinterlace to remove textures/patterns and or lines from photos/scans/non video files..
Definitely will being keeping this in mind for future use.
Jon (or anyone else that can help!),
My wife has the same type of issue for her painting. She had her painting professionally scanned and unfortunately with the light glare, the texture of the canvas has very prominent more than any other scans she has gotten done. She followed the steps of what you shared but it hasn't made a difference. Not sure if she is doing it right.
i think this can be solved the filter gallery u can check there add filters and check from where is remove
The texture pattern does look eerily similar to Filter>Texturizer>Brick.
Jeff I am sure I can remember you suggesting FFT for a similar issue.
Yep, here you go:
It's ages since I last used one, and I am even sure if there are any that work post CC 2014.2.