Old Family Photo From The Past by dakotabluemoon ()
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I loved this photo and the guy to ur right looks a little like Abe Lincoln to me.I had to change a few things on here and to also let u know i have restored it the best i could not very clear but u can see it and was told if i did not change these photos of these people i was told they would be removed but all these members of this family is deceased so how do u think i can ask them if it is ok to post i have seen others post pics from tv and other things that they did not take personally their selves but seems i am always a target time for me to get out i guess.
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It's a great photography and old. The story is the memories of our life as returning ... Very nice post my Beautiful and a special thank you for your comments so warm ((5 + +)) C'est une photographie géniale et d'antan . L'histoire c'est les souvenirs de notre vie qui reviennent comme ... Très joli post ma Belle et un merci spécial pour tes comments si chaleureux((5++))
It is so much fun to look back in time. :))))) I wonder how long it took the ladies to do their hair. I bet their hair was so long too. :))))))) The man to the rite does look like Lincoln. Most excellent capture my friend. :))))) Thank you for sharing. :))))) Carry A Smile In Your Heart :))))))
This is wonderful! BTW, we don't Remove the photos, we move them to the ShareShot gallery if they are not tagged as restorations, only because the rules for the Photo gallery say you must take the photo yourself and a photo of a photo is considered the same as scanning. Putting in a restoration genre allowed those of us who enjoy photo editing and restoring antique photos to post with our fellow photographers.
'I am always a target time for me to get out i guess.'.......don't let them get you down matey! And please don't go ANYWHERE!!!!!!! A young child at school asked me why no one in all these old photos was happy or laughing! I had to explain to her that it wasn't that they were glum, but that the shutter speeds those days were sooooo slow. The people had to stay perfectly still for a long time so that the photos wouldn't blur, and holding a laughing expression is much harder than simply being natural! These people would never have imagined that someone in the future would take the time to restore their photo, let alone be able to shoot it all around the world in a heartbeat on a thing called the internet!!
Beautiful restored photo! Blinkings is right. Hold a smile for ten minutes is impossible... and who wants to smile if you have to be immobile for so long, without even blinking?. Moreover, very restless people sometimes were forced to rest against a metal bracket to prevent them to move.They couldn't be happy.
Great looking family shot and I am glad that you posted them. I don't understand why they come down on you about these wonderful old photos. I have some old photos of my parents and grandparents that I was thinking of restoring and posting. There is a member that posts photos straight out of playboy - outright plagiarism but nobody seems to care. Keep up the good work Brandy.