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Timelapse Shows How Badly Damaged Photos Get Digitally Restored

In this photo restoration timelapse by Kaitlyn Rae we see how a badly damaged photo can be digitally restored to its original glory. Using Adobe Photoshop, Rae is able to digitally restore, retouch, and manipulate images in incredibly convincing fashion. For more, check out her website as well as her Twitter and Facebook page. If the video above doesn’t work, try the embedded tweet below. https://t.co/GYoBdMsSRV retweet this, and I’ll be forever thankful <3 pic.twitter.com/CZzeBmcr3t — Katy Rae (@bbykaty) September 23, 2018 Read more: https://twistedsifter.com/videos/timelapse-shows-how-badly-damaged-photos-get-digitally-restored/

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Belgian Students Commemorate 100 Years By Restoring Graves of WW1 Soldiers

© Benny Proot To commemorate 100 years since the end of World War I; Belgian students cleaned, repainted and restored 250 graves spread over 5 cemeteries in Oostkamp and surrounding municipalities. The idea was to honour and remember the brave soldiers of World War I, and ensure that their identification and data remains clearly legible for all visitors wishing to pay their respects. The pupils who volunteered for the effort were art students currently enrolled in painting classes. HLN.be via reddit Read more: https://twistedsifter.com/2018/09/belgian-students-restore-graves-of-ww1-soldiers/

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Removing 200 Years of Varnish from a Painting Looks Deeply Satisfying

A video of 200 years of varnish being removed from a painting has gone viral on Twitter after it was uploaded by Philip Mould, an art dealer and host of BBC’s Fake or Fortune? Check out the incredible video embedded below: A remarkable Jacobean re-emergence after 200 years of yellowing varnish 1/2 pic.twitter.com/yBGNGDcNd7 — Philip Mould (@philipmould) November 6, 2017 Details on the ‘Woman in Red’ are sparse but we do know that she is 36 years old and from the inscription, that it was painted in 1618! You can…

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