|I've recently gotten into restoring and digitally repairing old photographs that are faded, creased, cracked, dirtied and generally messed up. It's tedious work at times, but it's quite satisfying to take a faded photograph of someone's mother or grandmother and make it look good as new.
Here's a few examples of the work I've done.
|This was more like making a whole new picture. The original had been in a billfold for a long, long time. Years, in fact. I'm still not completely happy with it as a finished product, but it is a major impovement.|
|This one's not done yet. I'm waiting to see what direction the picture's owner wants to go on it.|
|This was taped in my Grandmother's scrapbook. The colors had faded, but beyond eliminating the tape and fixing the colors, the photo was in good shape. I suppose I could take out the shadow of the antenna across my sister's face, but that would change the picture for me.|