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at uploading my photos.
Can anyone please tell me which one of the ladies in the first photo is the lady (Aunt Ginnie)in the second?
Also, do you think the ladies and the gent could all be sisters and brother?
Hope it works this time.
Thanks in advance.
I would say the one sat on the right looks most like the bottom picture. Certainly they all could be related - the ones that look most similar to me are the two ladies sat and the one stood at the back right.
HERE'S A CROPPED VERSION OF GINNIE AS IT'S NOT TOO CLEAR.
PS: Sorry, i don't know why it's so big??
Yes, I think so too but I took them to work today and my colleagues all picked a different lady :confused:
I've tried to improve the quality of the 'family' one without success.
I think it is Darksecrets who is very clever with photographs may be able to help you improove the quality if not im sure it was Tom who did mine on here
ther is a thread for photo improovements will try to find it for you
hi lynne its called photo restoration please add yours started by darksecrets
here is gran, if you can rescan the group photo at a higher dpi 300 is ideal.. then i can make it bigger and possibly ident the ladies.
It doesnt matter much about the pics being really big, I can resise them :)
Thanks so much, the people on this site are billiant!
I do have a programme for improving photos but not really had time to do anything with them and I have to post them back to my dad's cousin.
Thanks, that's great. I will rescan the family photo but will it be better if I do it in greyscale rather than the original sepia colour?
Probably best if you scan it in colour... I can always tinker with it and make it B/W or sepia... :)
Sorry for the delay, reason on my other thread. I have now checked the settings on my scanner and they are set at 300dpi but I was selecting the wrong compression on saving. This one should be ok.
Whoops :o :o :o
Just when I thought I had got the hang of this, that one didn't work, another try.
Could it be because I did 'quick reply' by mistake?
Wow!! Even i am impressed with that one - LOL!!
that is FANTASTIC!!! well done :)
not much good at dating pics you either want Just Barbara, or Don.t for dating...
but i'll have a go at clean and polish for you tomorrow.... nite nite
Btw, the reason your image didnt work before
that one, was because you missed a [ off the beginning, like so.
Yes Tom, I agree. All I need to do now is find out who the heck Aunt Ginnie was - LOL!
Good night and thanks for all your help tonight.
here we go Lynne,
I think that these are the same lady..
And also yes that they are all related :)
Sorry, I had not noticed your latest posts this morning.
I am at work and the PC I am using at the moment will not show photos but I will have a go on a different one after lunch.
Thank you very much for all your help last night.
Marilyn from Essex
Lynne if its of any use I would say the one on the right too.
I had an Aunt Ginnie too, it wasn't till I did the family tree I realised her name was actually Jane!! I had thought Ginnie was a name in itself, but apparently not
Sorry, I've only just seen yoru reply.
Now I only have Dolly or Polly to identify.
Then the next step to find someone who can date the family photo for me! Maybe I'll start another thread requesting help on this.
Olde Crone Holden
Date wise I would say very late 1800s, very early 1900s, based on the style of blouse being worn by the lady whose head is highest in the photo.
It has a kind of toggle front, a bit like an old fashioned Girl Guides uniform, or a sailors top, and that style of toggle blouse was very popular in the late 1890s/early 1900s.
I'm reviving this in the hope that someone can date the photos for me.
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