A true sepia toned photographic print has had the silver content removed, is very stable and does not look faded.However, most pictures...black and white or color..usually just fading away with age.Exposed to the elements, faded and worn, these heirlooms were once subject to the sands of time, but thanks to technology, can now be scanned into digital copies and edited using software like AKVIS Retoucher, Adobe Illustrator and Photoshop.Though we may all feel like master photo editors on Instagram, it takes serious skill, patience, and time to undo the damage of decades.All corrections are digitized, restored and printed on archival paper of your choice providing a beautiful family picture you'll be proud to display for years.In 1826, Joseph Nicéphore Niépce forever changed the the world through one simple act: he photographed it.Many people refer to their aging photos as being "Sepia".
We take great pride in our ability to restore and repair faded, torn, water damaged, military, wedding, baby and family pictures while delivering high quality prints at an affordable price.
The preservation of old photographs is really a protective act against time, capturing the people and events of the past to shape our individual and collective history.
Ukrainian historian and photo retouching expert, Tetyana Dyachenko is a master of photo restoration.
Today's digital photo restoration and repair technology enables experienced professionals the ability to convert, restore and repair We've collected an assortment of black and white photo restoration VIDEOS that might answer many of your questions about the different types of damage...scratches, tears, splits, rips, creases or completely missing sections you might have with your pictures.
Years of digital photo restoration and repair experience using professional scanning techniques, high end printing devices and the most current software enable us to edit, repair and restore old photos of your family to a condition unheard of a few years past."Our final results capture a moment otherwise lost in time".