Animal Image Photography


Below are some samples of photo restoration and colorization by Animal Image.


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This original black and white photo had minimal damage but it was yellowing and underexposed.  After a partial restoration, the image was corrected for contrast and exposure, then a complete colorization was applied.


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This photo came to Animal Image as a battered two-inch print.   It was scratched and pocked with water stains, requiring total restoration before applying a partial color enhancement to distinguish the children from the background.


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At some point this large turn-of-the-century portrait was cropped with handscissors.  It had pervasive scratches and partial image loss around the head.  After a total restoration and a contrast correction, "grandpa" was colorized to reveal the distinguished gentleman seen above.

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Chemically-unstable polaroids and machine-made prints can exhibit dramatic degradation in just a few years before fading completely away.  This snapshot needed a partial restoration to remove some minor blemishes and to adjust exposure and contrast, followed by a color-spectrum correction.


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Scenic images such as the one above also make good candidates for restoration.  Not only was this ninety-year-old albumen print scratched and faded, it was peppered with ink droplets.  A total restoration removed the spots and damage, followed by exposure and contrast corrections, then full colorization was applied.


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Group shots can yield fascinating detail when damage is repaired and the image colorized--in this case, a dinner table set with party poppers and oysters on the half-shell!
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