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G Grandparents restoration
Not a very good attempt.
Although I would prefer black & white or sepia I have done this to disguise the grainy effect.
Is there any way of making the photo smoother and more natural looking?.
Re: G Grandparents restoration
Some areas need to be cleaned up and then darkened and lightened.
Last edited by aartist; 07-20-2009 at 12:10 PM.
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