A Portrait of Donna Mitchell

Photographer Tony Karp took this photograph of a young model in 1962. Then he was drafted, his family moved, and his negatives were lost. But the print survived, and as photography moved into the computer age, Karp went back and made digital copies of his earlier photographs. In this post, he explains how advanced the process of image manipulation became over time, and shows some of the different ways a picture can turn out, even decades later. Link -Thanks, Tony!   

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