Of a youngster who had recently passed.
Water Damage Repair
From my archives and one of my first restorations. This image was restored in 2010 for a customer and I believe that I used Adobe Photoshop Version 8 or thereabouts.
On A Front Porch
Cleaned up original taken in 1955.
Quite small and damaged. Got something out of it.
Brother and Sister. Original taken in 1956 and had discolored and faded over the years. Rips repaired. Like new now.
Christmas Image Restoration
Removed tears and cracks, maintaining soft tone.
Original WWII Image
Enlarged and restored, got what I could of his face. Aircraft is a B-25D Mitchell Medium Bomber.
Proper orientation on the right.
Scanned, restored and enlarged for print.
Negative to Print
A phone shot of an old negative converted to printable format.
Two Daughters Restoration
The customer, their mother was very pleased.
Baby photograph from the mid-1950's. For a client and with permission.
A Beautiful Gal
Sitting on the Family Car, early 1940's.
Early 1900's, New York City Meat Market
Removed cracks etc and adjusted. For a client.
Brother and Sister?
Extremely difficult restoration. The customer was happy with how this turned out.
Ulm (W)Germany, late 1973, early 1974
Another extremely difficult restoration. For a client.
For a client.
WWI German NCO
Unclear if he is a Unteroffizier (Corporal) or Gefreiter (Lance Corporal) and appears to be wearing the M1910 or M1915 Waffenrock (uniform) with post 1915 shortened collar rank. The award on his bluse is the Iron Cross 2nd Class for Non-Combatant participation. He served in supply/logistics.
For a client.
Extremely difficult resto and very time consuming. Well worth the effort IMHO. Happy customer.
Family Photo Restoration
Water stains removed. For a client.
Mother and Daughter.
The difficult part of this was the wicker chair. For a customer.
My Dear Aunt Delores
A Favorite Photo
My girlfriend at the time, my wife today. 1978. Color restored.
My Dear Gramma.
Repaired and restored.
Quite faded, the best that I could do.
Troop Carrier Squadron Photo.
This was quite a long and tedious restoration. Was told by the client that this photo was taken just prior to D-Day, Jun 6th, 1944. There are no invasion stripes on the wings visible.
Repaired and restored for a client.
Yellow tint removed. For a customer.
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