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Simon Cains

Good evening,  I messaged a couple of you to ask if it is possible to clean up a photo, but I don't seem to be allowed to add a photo to a message, so I will have to post the photo here instead.  I am willing to pay for the service.   It is a lady, not a serviceman, although she did marry my great grandfather's brother 16 months before he was killed at Delville Wood.  It looks as if it has had water damage, some drops and stains.  The actual detail apart from the damaged areas is very clear.  I would be happy just to have that cleaned up, not colourised.    It was posted by someone else on Ancestry, so I probably can't get a better scan.  Thanks very much.   Simon

ethel mary eagle photo.jpg

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morrisc8

I know you dont want it in colour but gave it a go.

 Keith

ww1 lady photo 1_color 2.jpg

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museumtom

Great work Morris!

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Simon Cains

Wow, thank you all, that was very quick, and really clear.  And thanks to Kloughnane who also made an edit, answering my message.   Microsoft pictures has a "remove defect" tool but that just spread the defects around, no good.   I will put these into my family history.

Simon

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morrisc8

The first photo was done with Picasa free software and Pixbim AI Color software not free.

  Glad i could help.

   Keith

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