and old images

Toronto, March 20, 2014. One of the Founders of the PHSC, John Linsky, called me this afternoon about a site called PhotoTree. This site says it is “dedicated to research, restoration, and preservation of 19th and early 20th Century Photographs”.

Take some time to browse the site and see how it can help you identify the kinds of images you have and their dates.

The restoration processes suggested by the site are to use Photoshop on digital copies and preserve the original imagesĀ as is.

Whether you are a beginner or experienced image collector, you will find something of interest on this site.

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