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This photo is over 100 years old and had been badly damaged with scratches stain and marks.
It was badly faded and discoloured.
This early 1970s deb photo had never been recoloured. Over 40 years later this has now
been digitally recoloured and the black and white image is also preserved.
This was a clients only photograph of his father. It was torn into three pieces and had been
repaired with sticky tape. It was badly damaged with many scratches, creases and
small tears and marks.
This WWI photo was badly water damaged and discoloured and was found outside on a pile of rubbish.
Both this and the following photo had been recoloured and painted by the photographer so
unfortunately not much could be done to remove the heavy painted in lines in these photos.
This photo was also water damaged and was found outside to the elements and saved from been
destroyed completely (look at the vehicle tyre marks where they had been driven over) and the
relative who found the photos now have them pride displayed on his walls.
This photo of three sisters in the late 1950’s was in reasonable condition but the texture of the
photo needed to be removed using a special digital process. It now can be reprinted
and framed for future generations.
This couples only photo of their wedding in the 1940’s was also printed on heavy textured
paper and required a special process to remove this texture so it could be now reprinted
for other family members.
This photo was very small and the only photo the client had of her mothers home from the 50’s
and it was very badly ripped and discoloured.
WWI Soldier – another badly stained and damaged photo from early last century.
This shopping centre photo from the late 70’s lost colour detail due to poor printing inks.
Colour has been bought back to the original tones.