Copy Method

Traditionally photographers used copy-benches when photographing flat documents. In more recent times this has been usurped by the digital scanner. However scanners can be quite slow and restrictive in size. They usally can only create jpeg or TIFF files. I spent many, many years using a copy bench and have have decided to return to that method of working. Investment in a camera that can shoot 80 megapixel images (approx 450Mb each image) in RAW, via a Leica lens means I can squeeze every last detail out of an image. The benefit is the restoration is more natural and gives a much better finish.  

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Specialist Photo Restoration Lancashire, GB
Specialist Photograph Restoration in the UK.  
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