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Day 14 March 2011: Restore old photographs

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nik111 e2
6 2.1k United Kingdom
14 Mar 2011 10:03AM
As we have a tutorial on removing dust and marks from old images we want to see the old photos you've restored.

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cats_123 e2
10 4.2k 25 Northern Ireland
14 Mar 2011 3:21PM
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The Original -img-2.jpg

14 Mar 2011 5:32PM
This photo of my great-grand parents had been printed on board, was too big to scan so I photographed it, then set about repairing the cracks, scratches and missing pieces. Dad (92) was pleased with the results. Grin

Before
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After
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peterkin 11 619 England
14 Mar 2011 8:58PM
A photo of my Mum's Uncle and Aunt which I repaired (it took ages but I learned a lot).

Before

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After

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Peter
cantona43 9 915 4 England
14 Mar 2011 9:13PM
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cattyal e2
9 6.4k 6 England
14 Mar 2011 9:34PM
An elderly gentleman friend asked if I could do something with a tiny 2x3 photo of his late wife that had been living in his wallet for who knows how many years. Not a fantastic result but enjoyable. And more importantly he and his kids were happy with the result so that's all that matters!

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kaybee 10 3.9k 24 Scotland
14 Mar 2011 9:56PM
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As scanned and then worked
kaybee 10 3.9k 24 Scotland
14 Mar 2011 10:03PM
great-grandmother.jpg



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More of my relatives
forest23 4 3 England
15 Mar 2011 5:39PM
well done

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