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Yesterday at 07:54:26 AM by Lynnya
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Good morning from chilly Florida this morning   8)

I'm wondering, as this picture is so old if this is in fact Sepia or should I go with black and white....
October 22, 2016, 10:13:27 AM by Lynnya
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Hi all, just starting on this one..

here is the original:

Here's where I'm at with color correction:

October 21, 2016, 10:48:41 PM by JackR
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Got this one I'm working on. The girl on the left end missing most of her face, nothing in any channel to work with. Maybe another pic in the set?

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