The »scan« (or whatever it is) seems to me, quite frankly, to be far from good work.
It has apparently been done without black-backing and subsequently the print of the backside is prominently discernible.
Have you paid for this?
The work is a volunteer work, non profit organization.
And I end up working with what comes to me to fix.
Thanks for the feedback.
On Mon, Jan 8, 2018 at 9:13 AM, c.pfaffenbichler <firstname.lastname@example.org>
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Is this the background on which you want to place your type for all the pages?
If so, you can remove the existing type with the Spot Healing Brush, working with small increments, and then (assuming the type file is black-on-white) place the type layer above it with the Blending Mode set to multiply. This could be accomplished with an Action.
I will hit correct answer.
First a comment:
Yes this is exactly what I need to do.
To place the type on the background as demonstrated in your response.
I have several hundred pages - however considering what will be the outcome - it will be worth the effort to create that old yellow look.
Great job, thanks!
I failed in attempting this action using the Spot Healing Brush and Blending Mode.
Is there an article that I could reference on how to perform this action?
The Spot Healing brush is done manually, as usual. When I wrote that an Action could be created I was referring to opening the orange file, adding the type layer from your file of b&w pages, choosing the Blending mode and saving the file as a jpg and moving on to the next b&w page in your file of pages, repeating the sequence until all the pages have been processed.