Thinking of a unique Father’s Day gift each year is always a challenge! There are only so many times you can buy ‘No. 1 Dad’ mugs, socks and chocolate! And while we’re on the subject – I really despise all those typical unimaginative greeting cards for Dads! Not every Dad loves golf, DIY, vintage cars and farting!
So if you’re ever stuck for Father’s Day gift ideas – colourise a black and white photo and frame it!
Recently, I came across this great free online photo editor called Pixlr. (It even has a very fitting tagline with this blog! – Make every moment beautiful!) Pixlr has a similar interface to Photoshop, equipped with the tools perfect for some simple DIY free photo restoration. Read on and i’ll explain some of the tools to show you how to restore a photo for FREE.
I recently started looking into my own family history, particularly photographs. I find these captured moments fascinating and it’s a shame to just have them digitally archived. This got me thinking… wouldn’t it be great to create a family tree photo collage to display a collection of photos, past and present?
When scanning your old family photos to archive those moments, you may face the problem of a honeycomb texture spoiling your scan. This is due to the “silk finish” paper texture, which was used a lot back in the day.
Read on and I will show you how to remove paper texture when restoring an old photo.
Today, we don’t think twice when it comes to capturing a family moment – we always have a camera to hand, however 70 years ago things were different. While researching your family tree you may find that a photo of your descendants together doesn’t always exist… how about creating that missing moment by combining two old photos.
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