Photo Restoration

Chances are high that you have a grandparent or great aunt or uncle that has older photographs in an album, framed on a wall or maybe even stored in a shoebox.  Age and handling takes a toll on the appearance of these treasured images of loved ones or places that were once visited.

Briging new life to a faded and damaged photo through restoration is possible depending on the extent of the damage.  Below illustrates a recent photo restoration of a portrait of a friend’s grandfather that served in World War II.

Contact me if you would like a consultation to have Pixel Perfect You digitally restore a precious photo that has been damaged and give it new life.

Before image - notice the small tear on top edge, some paper creases, some dust/spots, glare and overall detail in the image.

Before image – notice the small tear on top edge, some paper creases, some dust/spots, glare and overall detail in the image.

This is the after images where I corrected the small tear on top edge, some paper creases, some dust/spots, glare and overall detail in the image. I also removed the overall yellowing.

This is the after images where I corrected the small tear on top edge, some paper creases, some dust/spots, glare and overall detail in the image. I also removed the overall yellowing.

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