This page of the archives I just started and am dedicating to snapshots in my collection that fall into this niche. As much as I love doing restoration and converting to black and white to see the details better, there are times when the photo is either too perfect “AS IS” to mess with a good thing, or was too blurry, grainy etc to do a proper job of restoring The above photo is a prime example of leaving well enough alone. When converted to black and white and other edits added, the imperfections became obnoxious rather than being part of the charm of the sepia photo. Every photo I have here has its own personality and character and temperament when it comes to editing and archiving.. I will be adding many more photos to this page as I get them scanned and will update after every 5 or so new additions to my email list so you don’t miss any
Above and below photos are from the same family album as the first image
Beryl Phillips says
I love the old Chow photo’s with their owners we have a few in the CCCof Wales albums t.Thank you for letting us see them
Sandra Miller says
Beryl please post a link to your albums!! If you want me to post a link to your website I would love to do that too!!!
I love looking through these old photos and seeing chows of another era