Photo digital restoration is the fine art of taking an original photograph that has some sort of problem and scanning it into a computer, and fixing it. It can be as simple as removing dust spots and as extensive as removing some people. It is a very labor intensive process and can take several hours on the computer. The more work that is needed, the longer it takes. Here are four examples of restoration that I have done.
The first is a photo of a young girl that had several folds in the print. The second is a row of trucks with some water damage. The Ford logo was redone and enlarged. The next is a group of girls on a Model A which was reduced to one girl on the running board. The last is an antique portrait that needed major repair.
Click on each photo to see a larger copy on each image.
If you have an old photograph that need digital restoration, contact me about prices and details at: firstname.lastname@example.org