Author Topic: Photo Restoration and Colour Etiquette  (Read 15116 times)

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Photo Restoration and Colour Etiquette
« on: Thursday 28 March 13 08:59 GMT (UK) »

Photograph restoration can be a difficult skill to learn and requires dedication to detail and fine artistic eyes, especially on working on a damaged photograph. Our lovely talented restorers do this to bring a smile from the poster so please be sure to say a huge thank you  ;D

Toning and Hand colour can add to the drama of the work, this would not be possible without the initial restore.  If you wish to have a go yourself at Colourisation please make sure that all restoration is of your own work. If you wish to use another members work as a basis please get their permission and give credit in your posting.

If anyone has any problem please send me a PM.

Sarah  :)
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