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Rare photo discovered of young Abraham Lincoln

posted by nezbitten, Apr 15, 2013 8:00 AM — 0 comments

Could this be a new discovery of an original Daguerreotype of the young Abraham Lincoln?

A newly discovered Daguerreotype was found by Justin Whiting of, Norwich Norfolk United Kingdom, could be a new photographic piece in Abraham Lincoln's historic life story.

Purchased on Ebay from a power seller of Daguerreotypes Justin was sure it reminded him of someone. He'd been searching for an image like this for sometime. In his mind it could be no one else other than a young Abraham Lincoln!

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Photo compositing

posted by nezbitten, Feb 7, 2013 6:30 AM — 0 comments

The amazing images you can produce with photo compsiting is just about as far as your imagination can carry you...

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Photo restroation and colourising - Part 2

posted by nezbitten, May 4, 2011 9:22 AM — 2 comments

Digitally colouring photos in PhotoShop is not always straight forward especially skin. This post is the second in a two part explaining how to do it when photo retouching

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Hand tinting or colouring black and white photos

posted by nezbitten, Apr 25, 2011 9:55 AM — 0 comments

I’m sure you have seen photos that have been hand coloured when a photo restorationhas been made. They might be the old photos you own or photos you have seen on the net, coloured by “restoration artists”. Old photos were often tinted with inks, this post is about digital colourization or hand colouring using a computer.

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creating repeat patterns

posted by nezbitten, Jan 19, 2011 1:12 PM — 12 comments

Creating a repeat pattern is normally used for a background for a digital application of some kind, a web page, desk top or even as a texture for a game. In this post it will be used quite literally for a wall paper in an old photo restoration

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Photo restoring a face

posted by nezbitten, May 3, 2010 3:41 PM — 6 comments

Photo restoration of faces where a major part of the face is missing will always be tricky. If it is not known anything about the features then it is down to the photo restoration artist to recreate the face in the most realistic way possible.

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Retouching eyes

posted by nezbitten, Apr 8, 2010 7:53 AM — 4 comments

This is one way to retouch eyes, there are of course others, but this is way i like to do it when I offer a photo retouching service

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Can an original photo be restored?

posted by nezbitten, Aug 20, 2009 6:18 AM — 3 comments

To understand more about whether an original photo canbe restored we need to know more about how the photo is made.

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Never ending staircase

posted by nezbitten, May 12, 2009 3:06 PM — 43 comments

Every wondered how those illusions of never ending staircases were made? Here's how!

Tutorial brought to you from Wedding retouching and Photo restorations or commercial photo retouching

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Matching grain and evening out a background

posted by nezbitten, May 4, 2009 8:21 PM — 0 comments

When restoring an old photo the grain in the background is the least important and it can be easily cleaned up.

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