We are currently offering photo restoration. Ask your framing designer for more information, or speak with Patrick at our Rocklin store. (916) 415-1810
Here are a few examples of what can be done:
Most of the repairs on this piece were in unessential areas. Because the facial damage to the face was not to the eyes, nose or mouth, only moderate repair was necessary.
This is an extreme example of restoration with the top of the head missing, cracks in critical areas—such as the eyes—and hundreds of other tiny cracks. In this case, additional photos were required to do the reconstruction.
Major Object Removal
This soldier had a total stranger grab onto to him when this photo was taken. Now that she has been removed, the picture has been hung for the first time in 55 years.
This image was created to be an “alternate” sitting with just daughter and parents, which required removal of siblings and re-painting of the background.
This image was in a circular mat for 35 years and was terribly faded in the area that was exposed. This was considered major restoration.
Nearly everyone has photos from the 70s and 80s that have lost their yellow and green layers. As long as there is some color to work with, images can be brought back to life. This would be considered minor/moderate restoration.