Re: Jack Delano color photos


MDelvec952
 

In a message dated 2/4/2008 11:15:12 PM Eastern Standard Time,
schuyler.larrabee@verizon.net writes:

A friend of mine, a well-known rail author, has been for years working with
old slides and
converting them to tiff images. Ektachromes do the blue shift thing, but he
has more-or-less
figured out a straightforward process to Photoshopping them back to a very
credible image.


There are several software packages that offer old-photo-repair type
features that do a fine job. Some even get rid of the dirt and scratches. It's
easy to spend hours tweaking old slides.

I remember having to do that a pixel at a time in the early 1990s -- very
time consuming.

Mike Del Vecchio





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