A Few Stunning Examples of Photo Restoration

Time is not always kind to photos. Many of them fade over the years. Others are afflicted by rips, scratches, water spots or mold.

Fortunately, in the right hands, this damage is reversible. Detailed photo repair is not an easy task but a reliable photo restoration service should be able to tackle it. Using the latest scanning and editing software, a specialist can take a damaged image and reconstruct it, pixel by painstaking pixel.

Just look at the examples below to see how skilled photo repair and restoration can perform miracles on time-worn memories.

Fading and color casts: With age and exposure to sunlight, photos (both color and black & whites) either look washed out or acquire strong, unwanted color casts. Color restoration work can help fix this problem.

Fading and Color Casts - Photo Restoration By ScanCafe

Fading and Color Casts - Photo Restoration by ScanCafe

Fading and Color Casts - Photo Restoration by ScanCafe

Fading and Color Casts - Photo Restoration by ScanCafe

Mold damage: Photos stored under humid conditions or that have been exposed to water at some point are prone to mold damage. It even affects framed photos and is also common with slides and negatives. Using some of the photo restoration tools out there, we can bring the shine back in mold damaged images.

Mold Damage - Photo Restoration by ScanCafe

Mold Damage - Photo Restoration by ScanCafe

Tears and rips: We often assume that scratched or ripped photos are beyond repair. But that’s not true. Advanced photo restoration techniques can help return these old images to their original glory.

Tears and Rips Photo Repair by ScanCafe

Tears and Rips Photo Repair by ScanCafe

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User Comments

  1. October 28th, 2017 Katherine Kennedy

    Can you restore a photo taken in 1944 that is very, very dark?

  2. October 31st, 2017 Bruce Berry

    Can you restore a photograph that was in a house flood.
    I had a number of old photographs that were in a box.
    They were in the house flood and now they are all stuck together!

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