Michelle by rwwright ()
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This is a recovery from negatives of a highschool classmate and friend who also participated in the extra curricular activity of ballet with my sisters and i. My father took the image and this is from a scratched up negative or slide that was found about 10 years ago and scanned by myself. This did not take a long time to clean up, about 10minutes, so it was worth the effort. I have done thousands of these.
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Are ya sure you did'nt do it the other way?.......just kidding, great job. I really enjoy photo editing, especially really old black and white images.
I like to see peoples reactions when they see what I have done to a photo they loved and thought was ruined forever.
My son found some old negatives from the 60's on a derelict factory floor, which I restored. If I can find the end results I will post them here, it was a long time ago when I did them.
Thanks, Same here for the enjoyment. I use PS Elements and Corel Photopaint, noise reduction software and commercial sharpener plug ins. I have found that the most important tool is the scanner and its light adjustment tools. Most of the rest is mechanical, but I do enjoy it. I particularly like to remove scratches.