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Q1:If the picture I need to repair doesn't have enough background to copy, or doesn't have a good background, what should I do?
A1: Remember that Photoshop allows you to have more than one file open at a time. You can "borrow" from another picture and copy the selection onto a new layer of the picture that needs fixing. Shrink it or enlarge it so the texture is in scale with the rest of the scene, and then copy and paste it as much as needed.
Q2:What color mode should I be working in? CMYK, RGB, Indexed, Lab, or Grayscale?
A2: How are you going to use the picture? If it's going on a Web page or as part of a desktop presentation, stick with RGB. If it's going to be printed, and is a color image, use CMYK. If it's a black-and-white photo and you don't intend to colorize it in any way, Grayscale is your best bet.


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