Help with old reflective photo

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Hi,

I have a old photo of my uncle taken during WW2 and have a problem? The photo only appears in focus and sharp when viewed horizontally and not when viewed vertically (in its normal position). Can anyone help so the photo looks exactly the same?

I have attached the photo below,

Regards,
Mike
 

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Taffycat

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Hello Mike, would this be any good? (Click on it for bigger version.) :)
 

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That's good TC. Which photo-edit system did you use?
 
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Hi TC,
that's a great improvement and much appreciated. Is it possible you could do the same to the colour version?

Thanks
Mike
 

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muckshifter

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Just download Picasa and have a go yourself ... it has some pre-sets that are ok for your std pic.

Be aware, quality-in will affect quality-out ... the really good programs take awhile to learn, maybe invest in taking the original to a professional.


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We can give it a go :)
 

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Here's one using Irfanview.

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:)
 

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