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1920 family photo - all creased/torn
« on: Wednesday 11 September 13 03:44 BST (UK) »
The baby in this pic was born in 1920 - going through the family album and found this one, after having my great grandfather portrait restored with much appreciation . . . I thought I'd ask if anyone would be able to help with this photo.   many thanks

J.

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Re: 1920 family photo - all creased/torn
« Reply #1 on: Wednesday 11 September 13 06:42 BST (UK) »
Hi J......My contribution.

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Re: 1920 family photo - all creased/torn
« Reply #2 on: Wednesday 11 September 13 08:09 BST (UK) »
A quick one from me
I have been doing genealogy research for myself & others for many years, just because I love it.

I moved to the beautiful Blue Ridge Mountains of North Carolina in 2001 and just recently have got into photo restoration.

I am using an older version of Paintshop Pro XI on an even older pc :) & I want to thank in advance all who are helping me on this journey with my new hobby.

Anybody needing NC, VA research, just ask me!

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Re: 1920 family photo - all creased/torn
« Reply #3 on: Wednesday 11 September 13 08:39 BST (UK) »
My effort,  :)

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Re: 1920 family photo - all creased/torn
« Reply #4 on: Wednesday 11 September 13 13:15 BST (UK) »
Hi  mopsy_jay, Carolyn and Yvonne
Many thanks for this - it is most appreciated. My mother was born after these first 4 girls - and I am certain she is going to like to see a copy of her mother and older sisters without the creases and tattered of the original print.    Once again, many many thanks.   J.

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« Reply #5 on: Wednesday 11 September 13 20:12 BST (UK) »
and with a little touch of colour
I have been doing genealogy research for myself & others for many years, just because I love it.

I moved to the beautiful Blue Ridge Mountains of North Carolina in 2001 and just recently have got into photo restoration.

I am using an older version of Paintshop Pro XI on an even older pc :) & I want to thank in advance all who are helping me on this journey with my new hobby.

Anybody needing NC, VA research, just ask me!

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Re: 1920 family photo - all creased/torn
« Reply #6 on: Thursday 12 September 13 08:52 BST (UK) »
Hi mospy_jay
It sure throws a different light onto the subject - being coloured.   I well send another one or two through and see if you can add colour.   Only wish I had the time to learn etc, but one of these 'light years' I may learn.    most appreciated J

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« Reply #7 on: Thursday 12 September 13 18:02 BST (UK) »
Hi mospy_jay
It sure throws a different light onto the subject - being coloured.   I well send another one or two through and see if you can add colour.   Only wish I had the time to learn etc, but one of these 'light years' I may learn.    most appreciated J

Hi J, when you post them, send me a message so I don't miss them :)
Regards, Jayne
I have been doing genealogy research for myself & others for many years, just because I love it.

I moved to the beautiful Blue Ridge Mountains of North Carolina in 2001 and just recently have got into photo restoration.

I am using an older version of Paintshop Pro XI on an even older pc :) & I want to thank in advance all who are helping me on this journey with my new hobby.

Anybody needing NC, VA research, just ask me!