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Repairing an old family portrait

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My grandma’s 90th birthday is coming up, so we’ve dug up a bunch of old photo albums to be made into a video slideshow. This family portrait was probably taken before 1930 (that’s my grandmother on the extreme right, and I don’t think she could have been more than 12 then), and has faded, peeled, and cracked in many places.

I spent about 3 hours in Photoshop retouching it and I think it’s turned out pretty well. Of course it’s better looking when viewed full-size .

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