In a moment you will first see an example of two photographs merged.
The sunset image has the foreground dark and underexposed.
The village photo has the sky extremely overexposed.
Together they create a picture that reproduces what our eyes would actually see.


Movie Notes: The second set of pictures shows a restoration project.
The original cardboard image (circa 1900) was quite damaged.
The close-up oval shows a portion of the repaired photo.
The outer edges of the final image were left with some damage intentionally.



Expert Photo Editing, Restoration and Digital Photography

offered by

ArtisticLicense - Bob Prichard

Restore, repair or edit damaged, older or flawed images

Create new photographs by adding or removing
desirable or unwanted portions

Design cards, flyers, brochures and more
by incorporating your favorite
photos, new or old

Vintage photographs, tintypes (ferrotypes)
daguerreotype, ambrotypes
and other old prints
can be
updated and reproduced as
new, restored
photos

ArtisticLicense and Bob Prichard
also offer original signed
photographs
for sale


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utalizing movie footage with chapters
photo slideshows and animated photo movies




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