Restoring a Photograph from the 1870s

Isn’t this cool.

Amplify’d from www.neatorama.com

Bob Rosinsky was asked to restore a tintype photograph from the 19th century. On his blog, he walks us through the process of how he did it. No, we don’t watch him change every pixel, but you’ll be surprised at the difference between a scanner image of the tintype and a photograph using an ultra-high resolution camera with a macro lens. Here, you see the before-and-after pictures. Link -via Boing Boing

Read more at www.neatorama.com

 

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