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Vignacourt Images

Posted on July 11, 2021 by Admin under Uncategorized

During the first world war a couple in Vignacourt near the Somme turned a barn into a photographic studio. Many years later many hundreds of glass negatives were found including these two. The relatives of the couple were traced and they wanted them restoring. One is a double exposure, so the plate has been used twice. An almost impossible job to split them. The other was dirty and faded but they wanted it in colour. Here is the result. The negatives had been scanned many years ago in France and unfortunately have jpeg artefacts embedded in them causing them to be grainy.