It is said that “a picture is worth a thousand words” and for many of us, this has been proven as true. Sometimes, we spent hours trying to describe a moment from the past, but only one look at a photograph can say it all.
For nearly two centuries, photography has played an important role in our lives keeping our memories safe throughout the years and preserving them for the upcoming generations. It reminds us of the people we love and the moments we spent together with them in the past. A photograph can transport us back to our most precious moments, and it can remind us of what we once were, it can make us wonder what we are now and it can give us the strength to move on after a tragic event.
However, even photographs can’t last forever, and over the years they can be severely damaged due to exposure to light, temperature, and humidity. Improper storage, as well as infestation by insects, can also easily damage our photographs by leaving holes and stains.
Luckily, now there are many professionals whose job and passion is to bring these damaged photographs back to life. However, when it comes to photo restoration, few can match the skills of the Ukrainian digital artist Tetyana Dyachenko.
As Kelly Richman-Abdou wrote for My Modern Met, “her retouching talents, attention to details and unwavering patience, are each apparent in her impressive portfolio of restored vintage photos.”
One look at her restored vintage photos would be enough for one to conclude that holes, stains, water damage, or cuts are no threat for Dyachenko as she handles them exceptionally good.If you have a damaged photograph that needs to be restored, you can contact Dyachenko on her company’s website. It seems that she can return any photo to its former glory.
By using her unique Photoshop skills, Dyachenko can revive even the most severely damaged photographs. If you think that missing sections can cause Dyachenko a problem, you are wrong.
The artist apparently has an eye for detail and can easily enliven even the missing sections of the photographs.