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Constantinople in Byzantine times

Source digital file from intermediary roll film copy, Digital ID: pan 6a23442, USA memory collection


Digital ID: pan 6a23442 Source: digital file from intermediary roll film copy

Touch-up information

Parts of the original digital image was digitally recreated with sea texture. It's observed that in the original film copy, water bodies were colored in gold tones. The later added water texture made parts of the sea in the picture look like beaches. Top of the image had a red bold line that wasn't part of the image and there noise and fold lines in the picture.

Action: Sea textured areas were recolored in gold tones. Red line was removed. Minor touch-ups were made on the image to restore the original picture.


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