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  • booklady
    Photograph Technique Puzzle
    by booklady

    I'm attaching a family photograph that I'm struggling with as far as identifying the technique. So, I'm looking for some expert advice.

    I'm dating it to around late 1800s to around 1900 based on my great-grandmother's age in the photograph. These pictures when...
    01-14-2008, 06:30 PM
  • voidsource
    WHat photo colorization technique is used here?
    by voidsource
    I was reading an article about ww1 photos that were colorized and just simply loved how it turned out to be. It feels really advance and would like to learn how they did it. If anyone has any tips as to how they processed it, please let me know, I would like to do such techniques on a black white that...
    05-09-2016, 07:34 PM
  • Conk
    What was your technique?
    by Conk
    Here is a very old image of a family member that is approx 90+ years old.
    I usually have no problems with blemishes shuch as tears, stains, missing area's or the like but what poses a challenge for me is the faded areas of an image.
    I have provided a sample image for those interrested...
    08-31-2003, 02:05 PM
  • Craig Walters
    A very old photograph
    by Craig Walters
    i wasnt sure where to post this, but this forum seemed the most appropriate. if not, could a moderator please move it to where it would be.

    this is, what i think, a photo of a photo. the original is apparently lost, but someone made a re-photo before the original was destroyed or lost...i...
    06-24-2005, 08:12 PM
  • thomasgeorge
    Preserve and protect Ambrotypes from further deterioration/damage
    by thomasgeorge
    First, unless one is experienced and skilled in the complex methods of cleaning and restoring Ambrotypes or Daguerrotypes, it is wiser to take them to a trained and recognized Conservator..these old photo types are very succeptable to damage if handled wrong. That being said there are a few things an...
    01-03-2002, 07:55 AM