Get Ready For Mothers Day why not give a special gift that can be cherished forever. Nothing can be more special than memories.
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Hello Richard, I’m happy with the restoration and yes you are welcome to
use it for demonstration.
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I am happy about the work. – Marilyn | Tahiti
I found a small, torn, badly marked and scratched colour photo at my mother-in-law’s home that depicted my wife Charmaine and I on our wedding day in 1972.
The photo is special because, although taken by a friend using a small Instamatic camera as we sat in the wedding car, it is the only colour photo we have of our wedding because all the professionally-taken colour photos did not come out due to a fault with the photographer’s camera.
I took the damaged small photo to Richard at PixelFix and he restored it beautifully to the stage where he was able to provide us with an enlarged print within a nice white frame which has pride of place on our mantelpiece.
I presented it to Charmaine for our wedding anniversary and she was absolutely thrilled with the superbly restored and vastly improved photo.
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Ruth sent me a batch of these wonderful old prints to be restored and as you can see, they are very badly spotted.
Thanks so much.
You did a wonderful job and I will have the pleasure of showing the rest of the family next week.
It is almost here, Christmas I mean.
But whilst there may only be 1 month to go before the madness is over there is still time to get those old photos restored and made into wonderful Chrismas presents.
I will be taking order for restorations up until the last week before Chrstmas. The new courier service I am using will ensure everyone gets there finished restorations in time for Christms.
Below is a great photo that I have restored for Kaylm and he was very happy to have this restored and I’m sure it will make a wonderful Christmas present
Old Photo Into a Canvas
Everett brought in a wonderful old aerial photo taken of the Botany Downs area in Auckland, from way back in the 50’s. He was looking to make this old photo into a canvas to go on his wall.