Hiya folks, haven't been on hear in ages and sadly I've not been finding much time to shoot of late for various reasons. I have picked up a small family related project though. My mum's been going through my grandmother's old photos all of which are getting a bit tatty and asked my dad if he could scan them and save them online. He's kind of passed the buck onto me and I've decided to try and touch them up as far as possible. This being for my mum and my gran and the family as a whole I really want to make a job of it so I thought I'd ask your opinions and advice on my first effort before I plough into the other twenty odd. I believe this is my grand parents wedding day sometime during world war two. Original: Edit: There's obviously a lot of cloning and spot healing been done. Also contrast, brightness, noise removal and sharpening. I'm trying to preserve the character of the original but make something that I can share with the family and possibly print up for my gran's christmas. Any thoughts and tips would be really appreciated, especially with what I may have done too much of. Oh and my bad if this isn't the best place to post this.