Monthly Archives: September 2011

Memories and photo improvement

Our photos are our visual memories – places we have visited, people we have met, events we have attended, … A small minority are destined for display but the vast majority will be stored digitally or on paper until we view … Continue reading

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Giclée printing, can you see the difference?

The term giclée (pronounced zhee-klay) printing is one that has become widely used in recent years as a shorthand for high quality or fine art printing but what is it? There is no unique process associated with giclée printing. The term is derived … Continue reading

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Renovating old photos

The process of restoring old photos to their former glory usually requires work at a very detailed level and can be time-consuming. I find that following the same process every time, reduces the overall time taken and the potential for rework. The … Continue reading

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