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A faded 1960 print.
Needed an extensive color correction and colorization.
Only a few colors could be recovered.
An unevenly faded 1973 Polaroid print.
Considerable color shift and emulsion crystallization.
Original size: 2.85 x 3.65 in.
New image printed as 8 x 10 in.
The original image was printed on a cotton fabric.
After scanning it, retouching, color enhancement,
and reworking the shadows,
we made an 8x10 glossy print.
A print with serious color damage
and uneven fading.
We colorized most of the image and
produced a new background.
A seriously faded color print.
Some colors were recovered and enhanced;
other had to be recreated.
Original was a very faded color slide.
We were able to recover some colors, the rest had to be recreated/colorized.
Colors recovered from a faded 1969 11x14 in. print.
We increased contrast and color saturation.
Faded colors, visible color shift toward red and yellow.
An almost completely faded color print.
We recovered colors in the shirt,
but the skin tone, hair, and eyes needed work.
The background was replaced with a new color.
Recovery of faded colors,
replacement of the background.
We increased the color saturation
and corrected the contrast.
This photo was almost completely destroyed by water.
We used other prints supplied by the owner to restore the damaged areas, and recreated missing portions
(scarf, skirt, background).
The print was glued to the glass
and suffered considerable damage.
We corrected the faded colors, colorized
the background, and replaced the missing portions.
Colors completely faded.
We had to colorize the entire picture,
and increase its contrast.
We created a new image from two prints: one damaged by water, stuck to glass, with missing portions,
and another faded. We added a new jacket and a dress,
produced a new background and shadows.
A hand-tinted, black-and-white photograph dating from around 1880. Original size: 16 x 20 in.
We restored and enhanced the image
and printed it on a 17 x 22 canvas.