My sisters and I have only one cherished photo of our parents, who are long deceased.
It shows them  just after WWII ended and my Dad, a paratrooper who landed on Omaha Beach on D-Day, recently home from the war, is seated next to his bride, on New Years Eve, They are holding hands at a table, at a party, in Chicago. The year is 1945. This was not an easy thing to turn over … but the image was cracking and fading and I had to try to salvage it. Roger did an amazing job on this photo. It is restored so that the contrast, crispness and line quality of the image are hugely improved. It’s nice to see my parents clearly in all their young, hopeful possibilities.
Thank you Roger.