A before and after of one of my grandmother Helen's 1963 Kodacolor prints. The original print was in good condition but it's blurred. Restoring blurred low-resolution print scans is something I find difficult and I'm seldom happy with my efforts. For this picture I fiddled around attempting to color balance the shot, there is a neutral gray on the camera around my neck, but while I managed to get decent skin tones the shadows were all wrong. I desaturated the shadows, blended in a tone-mapped version to bring out detail and brighten the image and then inpainted away the usual tears, spots, and scratches. Because I preserved the basic tones most of this work is invisible unless you zoom in and "pixel peep."