PHOTOGRAPHIC & IMAGE RESTORATION

Photo restoration is a real passion for us. We get great pleasure in bringing that old, very special or totally irreplaceable picture back to life.

It's hard work, but the end result makes it all worthwhile.

 

As graphic artists & designers, It really doesn't get much better for satisfaction. Knowing that we have helped someone restore a precious image is fantastic & when customers actually call into the studio to see their picture fully restored in all it's glory is truly fantastic to see the look on their faces.

 

Photo restoration is certainly not easy & you need a huge amount of experience to even contemplate a restoration. This is why it is so difficult to find any company willing to take on your project.

 

However, at The Canvas Art Studio, we love this type of work & find it hugely rewarding. We have many years of experience with both real & digital image restoration.

 

It is also not something that can be done at the press of a button. Far from this, it's back to old school as we painstakingly restore your picture pixel by pixel.

 

Not all restorations can be carried out with perfect results, but here at the studio, we do our utmost to restore your treasured memories.

 

We have restored pictures for all types of people, government departments & museums

Where it is the only copy that is available in the world!

Froma treasured family member or pet to famous individuals & we love doing it!

To See The Look On Our Customers Faces Is Truly Fantastic!

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A BRIEF HISTORY OF PHOTOGRAPHY

1826

 

THE FIRST OR OLDEST EVER SURVIVING PHOTOGRAPH

 

The First Photograph, or more specifically, the earliest known surviving photograph made in a camera, was taken by Joseph Nicéphore Niépce in 1826 or 1827. The image depicts the view from an upstairs window at Niépce's estate, Le Gras, in the Burgundy region of France.

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BEFORE

AFTER

1957

 THE FIRST EVER DIGITAL IMAGE

 

The first EVER version of digital-binary was taken at the National Institute of Standards and Technology developed by a team led by Russel existing technology, the wire-photo drum scanner, so that alphanumeric characters, diagrams, photographs and other graphics could be transferred into digital computer memory.

 

One of the first photographs scanned was a picture of Kirsch's infant son Walden. The resolution was 176x176 pixels with only one bit per pixel, i.e., stark black and white with no intermediate grey tones, but by combining multiple scans of the photograph done with different black-white threshold settings, greyscale information could also be acquired.

 
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IF YOU HAVE ANY QUESTIONS OR CONCERNS?

If you need to speak to us before you send your digital or physical images, then please contact us. We can discuss your project in more detail & allay any concerns that you have. We fully understand that you may have some reluctance in sending your precious pictures, especially actual physical images. However, we can assure you that we have many years of experience in photographic restoration & will bemore than happy to discuss any questions or queries that you may have

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