• its time to check your old photographic albums that were taken in the 1970's and early 80s as they have most likely fading away and if you want to keep them for the next generations, you may want to get them restored by a professional, here is the reason

    photographs are generally composed of dyes which can be faded by three environmental forces:

    1. Moisture, as dyes are water-soluble

    2. Ultra-violet radiation, where a molecule of dye becomes excited and 'grabs' a nearby hydrogen, causing a reduction reaction

    3. Exposure to oxygen (and light), where the dye molecule becomes excited by light, then binds to ambient oxygen molecules. Fading results from the reaction since the oxidized form is colourless.

    feel free to contact Photo fantastic restorations.

    Ill be happy to restore your photographic memories,

    its not to late!


Don't let your memories fade away

Unlike your memories a photograph will fade with time but here at Photo Fantastic Restorations we can reverse the clock and restore the image to how it looked on the very first day it was taken and even improve the image by removing any unwanted objects or adding colour to a black and white image if so desired. Losing cherished photographs of loved ones damaged by fire or flood can now be restored and saved for future generations using our photographic restoration skills and advanced computer software and techniques. ARTWORKS Printing a copy of your original water colour Art work, Drawings and paintings on to Art papers,Wood, or Silk colours matched by a professional Colourimeter with spectroradiometric accuracy. Giclee prints are a revolutionary new way of reproducing accurately paintings, drawings or artwork. with UV stable (sunlight) Ultra chrome K3 pigments on textured papers to match your artwork or photograph. Enlargements of photographs for weddings or funerals also undertaken. Phil Anderson Owner of Photo Fantastic Restorations and Especial effects co creating special effects for film and TV (www.specialeffects.uk.com) who’s skills are now being used to help you preserve your photographic and artwork memories for future generations to admire and cherish.

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