White Tie Event This happy go lucky group posing for an event photographer, Obviously a close group of friends as this image has been much loved and worn over the years. All the creases have been repaired by Phix-Pix
William Victor Stanford served in the Great War 1914-1918 in The Royal Middlesex Regiment Post Office Riffles Phase one This Picture has been in an album for nearly 100 years, when the picture was attempted to be removed the middle section was torn and remained in the album, leaving a large whole in the photograph. Phix-Pix was asked to reassemble the image and restore the look of the original photograph Phase Two When the two parts were reassembled there was still missing pictorial information across the chest of the soldier. Phix-Pix restored the final missing parts of the image
Monochrome Print to Colour This photograph from the Mid 1960s was taken in a portrait studio, The lady in the picture could not remember what colour the jumper was , but looking at the original black and white contrast it would have been a pastel: Pink,Lemon, Beige or Blue. I went with Blue to match her eyes. Faded Colour Photo with Colour restored The two Great Danes in the picture Left "Pippa" Right Kamba" were fine guard dogs and excellent family pets, Unfortunately they were both tragically lost in a house fire, so not many pictures of them which makes this one so important and worth restoring. Portrait of a Hair Dresser Taken in the late 1950s this picture has been well loved a carried in a wallet for over 50 years, worn and torn crease with partial picture missing, I set to restore the image and then colour the image. I fine example of the use of hair spray, we are more conscientious about the ozone now!
Man on a Horse original image cropped Taken in the late 1950s this picture has been well loved. symbolising the love of a man for his horse an his passion for riding. The picture has been cropped to remove a second person from the picture, In doing so has meant the horse has lost a leg. The mission was to replace the leg of this Welsh Cobb ( but NOT the Tail) as this horse did not have one. The picture was then coloured and the sky replace, then Printed to A2 Size canvas and hung above the fireplace in prime position. The Bride & Groom Faded and Damaged Taken in the late 1960s this picture has been well loved. and been place in prime position and unfortunately exposed to regular sunlight stripping it of some colour and contrast, Moisture has also got into the frame, making the picture stick to the glass so when it was removed from the frame the bride lost part of her smile. I restored the colour and the smile which matched the smile on the customers face when she collect the restored picture. My Dad in Army Uniform National service as peacetime conscription was formulated by the National Service Act in 1948. Healthy males between the age of 17 to 21 were expected to serve in the Armed forces for 18 months and remain on the reserve list for 4 years. My dad served in the Tank regiment at Tidworth. My mother carried this photo in her purse for several years and made repairs with sticky tape. This was the first photo I ever restored and went on to become the blue-print for Phix-Pix photo and Graphic Solutions.
Bride and Father On the way to the church in mid 1980s, Important picture as the daughter spends this quality moment with her father prior to being given away, this photo was much loved and out on display in pride of place But faded by sunlight. I have restored the colours and contrast. Sisters This picture taken in late 1950s lovingly carried in wallet or purse repaired by sticky tape and worn by the ravages of time. Phix-Pix knows that the best loved picture gets the most damage. That’s where we come in to repair the creases and tares remove the sticky tape and replace missing portions of the photograph. Welsh wedding photograph circa 1939 Back in the day a wedding photograph would have been rare if a photographer was booked there would not have taken many photographs. so the ones that were taken would have been special. The picture has had a lot of damage and missing section effecting the net curtains and bridesmaids face. Mother and Daughter This lovely image taken early 1950s of daughter getting a loving hug from her mother is one of a few photos remaining today of the girls mother. I have coloured the image to enhance the memory.
Bernard White early 1960s Pictures of Bernard competitively cycling, original photographs were monochrome Bernard requested them to be coloured in! Edwardian Family Portrait This picture of an Edwardian family taken circa 1917 taken by a professional photographer of the day who took time to compose the picture using the rule of thirds. This photograph as been reproduced and printed on a Laser Jet printer on mock photo quality paper, then displayed in a frame with a smaller mount, the green area has been exposed to constant sunlight which has bleached the area removing some of the colours. I replaced the colours of the effected area. Young lady portrait This classic pose for a candid snap taken on a day out rambling. Has become a family favourite capturing youth. The way the young lady is staring into the camera would suggest a love for the person taking the photo, long before modern posses for selfies and glamour shots. The challenge here was to incorporate colour and enhance the photograph.
Soldier with family This Picture of a soldier either returning home or leaving his family for the great war 1914-1918. The original was a 6x4 ratio but the customer wanted a 10x8 print, rather than crop the image I drew in the panels either side to build the photo for printing. During the first and second world war the common trend was to take pictures before leaving for the front, for a soldier take with them and also to leave a copy with their wives or sweethearts.
Sisters portrait taken on a cruise This picture taken on a cruise taken by a professional photographer has been displayed in pride of place on a mantle, unfortunately moisture has got into the frame sticking parts of the image to the glass when removed from the frame caused damage to the photograph. Using a variety of processes, Phix-Pix has amalgamated all the damages sections and piece the image seamlessly back together.
HMS Ganges (shore establishment) Shotley, Sufolk early 1900s This class photograph of trainees at HMS Ganges Royal Navy Training Establishment. Over a hundred years old this photograph as well as being torn and creased was also stored rolled up in a cardboard tube, dry and brittle it could not eve lay flat for scanning. Using a variety of process I managed to restore the image to its original glory.
Brother This picture taken circa 1950s capturing a Brothers taken in a photographic studio.
Mother and Daughter This picture taken circa 1970s capturing a Mother attending to her Daughter while she looks on, this picture is intriguing as the young girl seems to be looking into mid space either looking at a TV or perhaps visually impaired. The photo has been repaired and missing parts replaced.
Father and Son Snap photo on front porch of the house The original Photo was monochrome (black and white) the request was to give the image a hint of colour to enhance the royal blue and brass buttons of this smart British Naval Uniform.
White Tie Event This happy go lucky group posing for an event photographer, Obviously a close group of friends as this image has been much loved and worn over the years. All the creases have been repaired by Phix-Pix William Victor Stanford served in the Great War 1914-1918 in The Royal Middlesex Regiment Post Office Riffles Phase one This Picture has been in an album for nearly 100 years, when the picture was attempted to be removed the middle section was torn and remained in the album, leaving a large whole in the photograph. Phix-Pix was asked to reassemble the image and restore the look of the original photograph Phase Two When the two parts were reassembled there was still missing pictorial information across the chest of the soldier. Phix-Pix restored the final missing parts of the image
Monochrome Print to Colour This photograph from the Mid 1960s was taken in a portrait studio, The lady in the picture could not remember what colour the jumper was , but looking at the original black and white contrast it would have been a pastel: Pink,Lemon, Beige or Blue. I went with Blue to match her eyes. Faded Colour Photo with Colour restored The two Great Danes in the picture Left "Pippa" Right Kamba" were fine guard dogs and excellent family pets, Unfortunately they were both tragically lost in a house fire, so not many pictures of them which makes this one so important and worth restoring. Portrait of a Hair Dresser Taken in the late 1950s this picture has been well loved a carried in a wallet for over 50 years, worn and torn crease with partial picture missing, I set to restore the image and then colour the image. I fine example of the use of hair spray, we are more conscientious about the ozone now!
Man on a Horse original image cropped Taken in the late 1950s this picture has been well loved. symbolising the love of a man for his horse an his passion for riding. The picture has been cropped to remove a second person from the picture, In doing so has meant the horse has lost a leg. The mission was to replace the leg of this Welsh Cobb ( but NOT the Tail) as this horse did not have one. The picture was then coloured and the sky replace, then Printed to A2 Size canvas and hung above the fireplace in prime position. The Bride & Groom Faded and Damaged Taken in the late 1960s this picture has been well loved. and been place in prime position and unfortunately exposed to regular sunlight stripping it of some colour and contrast, Moisture has also got into the frame, making the picture stick to the glass so when it was removed from the frame the bride lost part of her smile. I restored the colour and the smile which matched the smile on the customers face when she collect the restored picture. My Dad in Army Uniform National service as peacetime conscription was formulated by the National Service Act in 1948. Healthy males between the age of 17 to 21 were expected to serve in the Armed forces for 18 months and remain on the reserve list for 4 years. My dad served in the Tank regiment at Tidworth. My mother carried this photo in her purse for several years and made repairs with sticky tape. This was the first photo I ever restored and went on to become the blue-print for Phix-Pix photo and Graphic Solutions.
Bride and Father On the way to the church in mid 1980s, Important picture as the daughter spends this quality moment with her father prior to being given away, this photo was much loved and out on display in pride of place But faded by sunlight. I have restored the colours and contrast. Sisters This picture taken in late 1950s lovingly carried in wallet or purse repaired by sticky tape and worn by the ravages of time. Phix-Pix knows that the best loved picture gets the most damage. That’s where we come in to repair the creases and tares remove the sticky tape and replace missing portions of the photograph. Welsh wedding photograph circa 1939 Back in the day a wedding photograph would have been rare if a photographer was booked there would not have taken many photographs. so the ones that were taken would have been special. The picture has had a lot of damage and missing section effecting the net curtains and bridesmaids face. Mother and Daughter This lovely image taken early 1950s of daughter getting a loving hug from her mother is one of a few photos remaining today of the girls mother. I have coloured the image to enhance the memory.
Bernard White early 1960s Pictures of Bernard competitively cycling, original photographs were monochrome Bernard requested them to be coloured in! Edwardian Family Portrait This picture of an Edwardian family taken circa 1917 taken by a professional photographer of the day who took time to compose the picture using the rule of thirds. This photograph as been reproduced and printed on a Laser Jet printer on mock photo quality paper, then displayed in a frame with a smaller mount, the green area has been exposed to constant sunlight which has bleached the area removing some of the colours. I replaced the colours of the effected area. Young lady portrait This classic pose for a candid snap taken on a day out rambling. Has become a family favourite capturing youth. The way the young lady is staring into the camera would suggest a love for the person taking the photo, long before modern posses for selfies and glamour shots. The challenge here was to incorporate colour and enhance the photograph.
Soldier with family This Picture of a soldier either returning home or leaving his family for the great war 1914-1918. The original was a 6x4 ratio but the customer wanted a 10x8 print, rather than crop the image I drew in the panels either side to build the photo for printing. During the first and second world war the common trend was to take pictures before leaving for the front, for a soldier take with them and also to leave a copy with their wives or sweethearts.
Sisters portrait taken on a cruise This picture taken on a cruise taken by a professional photographer has been displayed in pride of place on a mantle, unfortunately moisture has got into the frame sticking parts of the image to the glass when removed from the frame caused damage to the photograph. Using a variety of processes, Phix-Pix has amalgamated all the damages sections and piece the image seamlessly back together.
HMS Ganges (shore establishment) Shotley, Sufolk early 1900s This class photograph of trainees at HMS Ganges Royal Navy Training Establishment. Over a hundred years old this photograph as well as being torn and creased was also stored rolled up in a cardboard tube, dry and brittle it could not eve lay flat for scanning. Using a variety of process I managed to restore the image to its original glory.
Brother This picture taken circa 1950s capturing a Brothers taken in a photographic studio.
Mother and Daughter This picture taken circa 1970s capturing a Mother attending to her Daughter while she looks on, this picture is intriguing as the young girl seems to be looking into mid space either looking at a TV or perhaps visually impaired. The photo has been repaired and missing parts replaced.
Father and Son Snap photo on front porch of the house The original Photo was monochrome (black and white) the request was to give the image a hint of colour to enhance the royal blue and brass buttons of this smart British Naval Uniform.
White Tie Event This happy go lucky group posing for an event photographer, Obviously a close group of friends as this image has been much loved and worn over the years. All the creases have been repaired by Phix-Pix
Phase Two When the two parts were reassembled there was still missing pictorial information across the chest of the soldier. Phix-Pix restored the final missing parts of the image
William Victor Stanford served in the Great War 1914-1918 in The Royal Middlesex Regiment Post Office Riffles Phase one This Picture has been in an album for nearly 100 years, when the picture was attempted to be removed the middle section was torn and remained in the album, leaving a large whole in the photograph. Phix-Pix was asked to reassemble the image and restore the look of the original photograph
Monochrome Print to Colour This photograph from the Mid 1960s was taken in a portrait studio, The lady in the picture could not remember what colour the jumper was , but looking at the original black and white contrast it would have been a pastel: Pink,Lemon, Beige or Blue. I went with Blue to match her eyes. Faded Colour Photo with Colour restored The two Great Danes in the picture Left "Pippa" Right Kamba" were fine guard dogs and excellent family pets, Unfortunately they were both tragically lost in a house fire, so not many pictures of them which makes this one so important and worth restoring. Portrait of a Hair Dresser Taken in the late 1950s this picture has been well loved a carried in a wallet for over 50 years, worn and torn crease with partial picture missing, I set to restore the image and then colour the image. I fine example of the use of hair spray, we are more conscientious about the ozone now!
Man on a Horse original image cropped Taken in the late 1950s this picture has been well loved. symbolising the love of a man for his horse an his passion for riding. The picture has been cropped to remove a second person from the picture, In doing so has meant the horse has lost a leg. The mission was to replace the leg of this Welsh Cobb ( but NOT the Tail) as this horse did not have one. The picture was then coloured and the sky replace, then Printed to A2 Size canvas and hung above the fireplace in prime position. The Bride & Groom Faded and Damaged Taken in the late 1960s this picture has been well loved. and been place in prime position and unfortunately exposed to regular sunlight stripping it of some colour and contrast, Moisture has also got into the frame, making the picture stick to the glass so when it was removed from the frame the bride lost part of her smile. I restored the colour and the smile which matched the smile on the customers face when she collect the restored picture. My Dad in Army Uniform National service as peacetime conscription was formulated by the National Service Act in 1948. Healthy males between the age of 17 to 21 were expected to serve in the Armed forces for 18 months and remain on the reserve list for 4 years. My dad served in the Tank regiment at Tidworth. My mother carried this photo in her purse for several years and made repairs with sticky tape. This was the first photo I ever restored and went on to become the blue-print for Phix-Pix photo and Graphic Solutions.
Bride and Father On the way to the church in mid 1980s, Important picture as the daughter spends this quality moment with her father prior to being given away, this photo was much loved and out on display in pride of place But faded by sunlight. I have restored the colours and contrast. Sisters This picture taken in late 1950s lovingly carried in wallet or purse repaired by sticky tape and worn by the ravages of time. Phix-Pix knows that the best loved picture gets the most damage. That’s where we come in to repair the creases and tares remove the sticky tape and replace missing portions of the photograph. Welsh wedding photograph circa 1939 Back in the day a wedding photograph would have been rare if a photographer was booked there would not have taken many photographs. so the ones that were taken would have been special. The picture has had a lot of damage and missing section effecting the net curtains and bridesmaids face. Mother and Daughter This lovely image taken early 1950s of daughter getting a loving hug from her mother is one of a few photos remaining today of the girls mother. I have coloured the image to enhance the memory.
Bernard White early 1960s Pictures of Bernard competitively cycling, original photographs were monochrome Bernard requested them to be coloured in! Edwardian Family Portrait This picture of an Edwardian family taken circa 1917 taken by a professional photographer of the day who took time to compose the picture using the rule of thirds. This photograph as been reproduced and printed on a Laser Jet printer on mock photo quality paper, then displayed in a frame with a smaller mount, the green area has been exposed to constant sunlight which has bleached the area removing some of the colours. I replaced the colours of the effected area. Young lady portrait This classic pose for a candid snap taken on a day out rambling. Has become a family favourite capturing youth. The way the young lady is staring into the camera would suggest a love for the person taking the photo, long before modern posses for selfies and glamour shots. The challenge here was to incorporate colour and enhance the photograph.
Soldier with family This Picture of a soldier either returning home or leaving his family for the great war 1914-1918. The original was a 6x4 ratio but the customer wanted a 10x8 print, rather than crop the image I drew in the panels either side to build the photo for printing. During the first and second world war the common trend was to take pictures before leaving for the front, for a soldier take with them and also to leave a copy with their wives or sweethearts. Sisters portrait taken on a cruise This picture taken on a cruise taken by a professional photographer has been displayed in pride of place on a mantle, unfortunately moisture has got into the frame sticking parts of the image to the glass when removed from the frame caused damage to the photograph. Using a variety of processes, Phix-Pix has amalgamated all the damages sections and piece the image seamlessly back together. HMS Ganges (shore establishment) Shotley, Sufolk early 1900s This class photograph of trainees at HMS Ganges Royal Navy Training Establishment. Over a hundred years old this photograph as well as being torn and creased was also stored rolled up in a cardboard tube, dry and brittle it could not eve lay flat for scanning. Using a variety of process I managed to restore the image to its original glory. Mother and Daughter This picture taken circa 1970s capturing a Mother attending to her Daughter while she looks on, this picture is intriguing as the young girl seems to be looking into mid space either looking at a TV or perhaps visually impaired. The photo has been repaired and missing parts replaced. Brother This picture taken circa 1950s capturing a Brothers taken in a photographic studio.
Father and Son Snap photo on front porch of the house The original Photo was monochrome (black and white) the request was to give the image a hint of colour to enhance the royal blue and brass buttons of this smart British Naval Uniform.
White Tie Event This happy go lucky group posing for an event photographer, Obviously a close group of friends as this image has been much loved and worn over the years. All the creases have been repaired by Phix-Pix
Phase Two When the two parts were reassembled there was still missing pictorial information across the chest of the soldier. Phix-Pix restored the final missing parts of the image
William Victor Stanford served in the Great War 1914-1918 in The Royal Middlesex Regiment Post Office Riffles Phase one This Picture has been in an album for nearly 100 years, when the picture was attempted to be removed the middle section was torn and remained in the album, leaving a large whole in the photograph. Phix-Pix was asked to reassemble the image and restore the look of the original photograph
Monochrome Print to Colour This photograph from the Mid 1960s was taken in a portrait studio, The lady in the picture could not remember what colour the jumper was , but looking at the original black and white contrast it would have been a pastel: Pink,Lemon, Beige or Blue. I went with Blue to match her eyes. Faded Colour Photo with Colour restored The two Great Danes in the picture Left "Pippa" Right Kamba" were fine guard dogs and excellent family pets, Unfortunately they were both tragically lost in a house fire, so not many pictures of them which makes this one so important and worth restoring. Portrait of a Hair Dresser Taken in the late 1950s this picture has been well loved a carried in a wallet for over 50 years, worn and torn crease with partial picture missing, I set to restore the image and then colour the image. I fine example of the use of hair spray, we are more conscientious about the ozone now!
Man on a Horse original image cropped Taken in the late 1950s this picture has been well loved. symbolising the love of a man for his horse an his passion for riding. The picture has been cropped to remove a second person from the picture, In doing so has meant the horse has lost a leg. The mission was to replace the leg of this Welsh Cobb ( but NOT the Tail) as this horse did not have one. The picture was then coloured and the sky replace, then Printed to A2 Size canvas and hung above the fireplace in prime position. The Bride & Groom Faded and Damaged Taken in the late 1960s this picture has been well loved. and been place in prime position and unfortunately exposed to regular sunlight stripping it of some colour and contrast, Moisture has also got into the frame, making the picture stick to the glass so when it was removed from the frame the bride lost part of her smile. I restored the colour and the smile which matched the smile on the customers face when she collect the restored picture. My Dad in Army Uniform National service as peacetime conscription was formulated by the National Service Act in 1948. Healthy males between the age of 17 to 21 were expected to serve in the Armed forces for 18 months and remain on the reserve list for 4 years. My dad served in the Tank regiment at Tidworth. My mother carried this photo in her purse for several years and made repairs with sticky tape. This was the first photo I ever restored and went on to become the blue-print for Phix-Pix photo and Graphic Solutions.
Bride and Father On the way to the church in mid 1980s, Important picture as the daughter spends this quality moment with her father prior to being given away, this photo was much loved and out on display in pride of place But faded by sunlight. I have restored the colours and contrast. Sisters This picture taken in late 1950s lovingly carried in wallet or purse repaired by sticky tape and worn by the ravages of time. Phix-Pix knows that the best loved picture gets the most damage. That’s where we come in to repair the creases and tares remove the sticky tape and replace missing portions of the photograph. Welsh wedding photograph circa 1939 Back in the day a wedding photograph would have been rare if a photographer was booked there would not have taken many photographs. so the ones that were taken would have been special. The picture has had a lot of damage and missing section effecting the net curtains and bridesmaids face. Mother and Daughter This lovely image taken early 1950s of daughter getting a loving hug from her mother is one of a few photos remaining today of the girls mother. I have coloured the image to enhance the memory.
Bernard White early 1960s Pictures of Bernard competitively cycling, original photographs were monochrome Bernard requested them to be coloured in! Edwardian Family Portrait This picture of an Edwardian family taken circa 1917 taken by a professional photographer of the day who took time to compose the picture using the rule of thirds. This photograph as been reproduced and printed on a Laser Jet printer on mock photo quality paper, then displayed in a frame with a smaller mount, the green area has been exposed to constant sunlight which has bleached the area removing some of the colours. I replaced the colours of the effected area. Young lady portrait This classic pose for a candid snap taken on a day out rambling. Has become a family favourite capturing youth. The way the young lady is staring into the camera would suggest a love for the person taking the photo, long before modern posses for selfies and glamour shots. The challenge here was to incorporate colour and enhance the photograph.
Soldier with family This Picture of a soldier either returning home or leaving his family for the great war 1914-1918. The original was a 6x4 ratio but the customer wanted a 10x8 print, rather than crop the image I drew in the panels either side to build the photo for printing. During the first and second world war the common trend was to take pictures before leaving for the front, for a soldier take with them and also to leave a copy with their wives or sweethearts. Sisters portrait taken on a cruise This picture taken on a cruise taken by a professional photographer has been displayed in pride of place on a mantle, unfortunately moisture has got into the frame sticking parts of the image to the glass when removed from the frame caused damage to the photograph. Using a variety of processes, Phix-Pix has amalgamated all the damages sections and piece the image seamlessly back together. HMS Ganges (shore establishment) Shotley, Sufolk early 1900s This class photograph of trainees at HMS Ganges Royal Navy Training Establishment. Over a hundred years old this photograph as well as being torn and creased was also stored rolled up in a cardboard tube, dry and brittle it could not eve lay flat for scanning. Using a variety of process I managed to restore the image to its original glory. Mother and Daughter This picture taken circa 1970s capturing a Mother attending to her Daughter while she looks on, this picture is intriguing as the young girl seems to be looking into mid space either looking at a TV or perhaps visually impaired. The photo has been repaired and missing parts replaced. Brother This picture taken circa 1950s capturing a Brothers taken in a photographic studio.
Father and Son Snap photo on front porch of the house The original Photo was monochrome (black and white) the request was to give the image a hint of colour to enhance the royal blue and brass buttons of this smart British Naval Uniform.