07 March 2009

San Francisco: Photo Restoration, March 15

Photographer and photo restoration expert Jason Rose will demonstrate using photographs to trace your roots, at the next San Francisco meeting of the multi-branched San Francisco Bay Area Jewish Genealogical Society.

Rose will speak on the importance of personal photographs in tracing ancestral roots and present a before-and-after slide show of restored photos, along with hints and tips for beginners.

The owner and principal artist at Rose Restorations Photo Restoration Studio in San Francisco, Rose specializes in digital photo restoration. Along with more than 14 years of working with Adobe PhotoShop, he also has a background in oil painting.

His mission is to preserve and restore the integrity of ancestral photographs while enhancing the original spirit of the images. View his online portfolio here.

Doors open at 12.30pm (program starts at 1pm), Sunday, March 15, at the Jewish Community High School, 1835 Ellis Street, San Francisco.

There is free parking (enter from Pierce Street); admission is free and guests are always welcome.

For more details, view the society website here


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