Photography is the art of frozen time. Sometimes, photography is the only link to the past. And over time, it can be lost forever due to tears, scratches, and other threats. I restore such photos and give them a second life. I return to people the memory of the past. Using my exceptional Photoshop skills, I restore extremely fine details in photographs. Here are some examples of my work before and after.

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Janine B.
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1 month ago

How on earth was that possible?

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Digital Art Gallery is professional image editing service with a solid ten years of experience and specialize in providing only the absolute highest quality, professional retouching services.

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Sent From The Slytherin House
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1 month ago

Holy McNuggets!

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During the time we retouched hundreds upon hundreds of images for various purposes , completed numerous projects that required an in-depth understanding and appreciation of photography and extensive art skill.

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Erin S
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1 month ago

That's Mary Todd Lincoln.

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Our job history ranges from photographers and models to advertising agencies and magazine.The experience allows us produce amazing results from even poor photographs and satisfy the most demanding customer requirements

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David K
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1 month ago

This one is super interesting. The man in the photo is Robert Cornelius, an amateur chemist and photography enthusiast. Cornelius took a picture of himself in the back of his family's chandelier store. He set up the camera and then ran into the frame for the picture, thus having clicked the first-ever 'selfie'. In 1839!!!

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Kathryn Baylis
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1 month ago

Was this originally a tinted daguerreotype, or is that some kind of discoloration of the metal? I mean, it sure looks like the ribbon and dress were intended to be yellow. I’d love to see a colorized version of the restoration, IF the yellow turns out to be tinting.

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Rabbit Carrot
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1 month ago

These are fantastic but the blur tool is definitely strong on this lady.

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David K
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1 month ago

Is it just me, or was the lady looking directly into the camera in the original photo and now she is looking to the upper left (from her perspective)?

Rachel Beasley
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1 month ago

It does look like that!

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Terri Altman-Hollister
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3 weeks ago

I do see several things that don't match the original...and no, I couldn't do better!

Issey
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1 month ago

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Idaaoyama
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1 month ago

Is that the earliest born person to ever be photographied? I think this the lady who was born in the late 1700's, and the photo is from mid/late 1800's.

Oto Oto
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1 month ago

this photo is oldest in history

Sawdust
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1 month ago

She looks much happier now.

Lis Daglish
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1 month ago

I hate to say it, but I think this, and photos 6, 12 and 14 are memento mori - photos of posed dead people, common in Victorian times.

Lis Daglish
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1 month ago

Ok bad idea giving the photo no’s as this list moves lol. Well, guess the corpse!

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Stephen Wild
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1 month ago

If I am correct (I may not be and won't insist if I am wrong) this is a picture of the oldest person ever photographed, born well back into the 18th century... however, I'm not in the mood to do the research into the question this morning and all...

Rabbit Carrot
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1 month ago (edited)

She looks scarily like my great, great, great great grandmother.

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Sawdust
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1 month ago

Would make a great album cover. :-)

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Chrissie M.
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1 month ago

Benedict Cumberbatch's ancestor?

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Andrew Arroyo Kaiser
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1 month ago

Every work of art is a beauty.

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David K
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1 month ago

The oldest known daguerrotype of Abraham Lincoln taken in 1846. It was reportedly taken shortly after he was elected to the US House of Representatives.

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Sawdust
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1 month ago

The text lost its accent marks??

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Sent From The Slytherin House
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1 month ago

Lady, you've got talent. Or patience. Probably both.

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Sent From The Slytherin House
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1 month ago

She looks a bit different, but I just can't put my finger on what it is...

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john ranford
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1 month ago

The pose on this one is a little odd. I hate to criticise anything about any of these, as an amazing job has been done on restoring all of these, but on the original, it looks like the figure is leaning on something, this appears to have been removed and it leaves the pose feeling - off.

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Kathryn Baylis
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1 month ago

Boy do I remember getting bundled up like this as a child. This ensemble would be more for going out to dinner or over to a relative’s house. For going out to play, you’d be bundled up in a snowsuit like Randy—-Ralphie’s brother in “A Christmas Story”.

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Kathryn Baylis
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1 month ago

This looks like an excess of photoshopping, such as you’d see on some “influencer’s account, and not a restoration. The face doesn’t look natural.

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Sent From The Slytherin House
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1 month ago

This one woud be hard because it would be hard to tell if the older one was a guy or a girl. But you did great!

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Kathryn Baylis
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1 month ago

Cool photo—-and the woman is especially daring in it. Sitting on a carpet behind a hookah would mark her as a bohemian, and Victorian society might consider her wanton and reckless with her reputation.

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Nikki Felix
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1 month ago

this one probably looks the most realistic out of all of them to me

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Grumble O'Pug
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1 month ago

Lost all face texture.

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Kathryn Baylis
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1 month ago

The proportions look a bit off in the restoration. Plus, the face looks kind of crookedly photoshopped in.

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Sent From The Slytherin House
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1 month ago

What is going on in this photo?

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