I am a long time photographer working since the early eighties and a question was posed to me of which I tried to answer, but my answer was not accepted. The question was; Can a digital photo that has been subject to multiple digital reciprocity, and such actions has seriously reduced its quality, be returned to a condition of the original or close to the original by means of some sort of digital processing? I believe I know the answer but thought I would ask because the individual asking the question believes it can be done with available software. I would love to hear any answers or thoughts.
Shawn Michael Woolsey
This picture was taken by a film camera, then scanned, then taken with a phone camera.
|Moon 99% D55 C14 St-Zénon 20170806 DP by MarioSS|
from Best Picture of the Week
|Reeds on lake by kkardster|
from Abstracts in Nature
|Florence & the Machine by Dutch Newchurch|
from Second chances..