Thursday, April 8, 2010

Over spring break, my great-grandfather taught me how to do negative retouching. He had done it for years for all of the local studios, and now he it teaching me this lost art. I brought my camera along (film!), and got these great images!


Taken on: March 31, 2010

Minolta X-700
Arista Premium B&W Film
ASA 400

©2009 Alex Moore


SyrupTechnologies said...

Syrup does justice to all aspects of Photos Retouching in every respect. The Photo Restoration Retouching process requires manipulation of each and every pixel of the old picture in order to get the new restored look. However that entails an artists’ perception coupled with a sound technical know how of the concept, as in Digital Photo Retouching a ‘pixel more’ or a ‘pixel less’ of manipulations can make a whole lot of difference.