Webinar: Restoring Old, Damaged Photos with PaintShop Pro

Webinar: Restoring Old, Damaged Photos with PaintShop Pro

By Carole Asselin

If you’ve got old printed photos that have deteriorated over time, PaintShop Pro provides many ways to retouch your images to make them look like new again. Let PaintShop Professional, Carole Asselin, show you how to repair tattered edges, fix faded ink, remove scratches, stains and other spots from your precious photo memories – all within PaintShop Pro.

In this webinar, Carole demonstrates how to use the following PaintShop Pro tools to restore your photos:

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