restorations

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#1
My wife had a very old wedding portrait of her grandparents that was torn in multiple places. She wanted to know if it could be restored. I did a little research and found that there were people that did that work, some not very cheaply. So I decided since I have the software and some time on my hands, that I would try to fix the picture myself. The original was 13 X 17. Instead of scanning in multiples and piecing together, I took a snapshot of it. Here are the before and after pictures.
 

jakewatrous

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Staff member
#3
Nice job. That must have taken a lot of hard work.

You might consider coloring his hand, but other than that...wow. Great job.
 

DAve

New Member
#5
Nice job. That must have taken a lot of hard work.

You might consider coloring his hand, but other than that...wow. Great job.
It looks like he has a glove on his hand,,
Nice job on the restoration, I dabble in that too, so know how many hours you can tie up on a single picture, DAve
 


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