Started by kevinashworth, May 22, 2011, 04:58:39 PM
QuoteI'm so glad that you can cast your mind back to the 1940's. I cannot.
QuoteSo the genuine query i put earlier does not require humour, and to conclude by saying they go out as a standard photo with straight edges is, although practical, not in historic keeping with the original images.
Quote. . .by saying they go out as a standard photo with straight edges is, although practical, not in historic keeping with the original images.
QuoteSo, how does OPR render this effect when printing and passing on the restored image to the owner? Do you have a team member that sits there with a pair of scissors and skillfully cuts around the outline? Or do you guys print the photo as it is, with a printed wavy border.
Quotewhat would i suggest of the Cabinet Card photos from the 1860 to early 1900 we restore to keep their historical integrity?answer = Don't cut the edges off.
QuoteNotice that the top and bottom edges are not straight! the original document has wavy edges. So how did you lot at OPR trim this image after you printed it. Did you leave a half-inch black border around it (that's how i uploaded it) or did you trim off the black border and wavy edge?
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