Do you have a family photo that’s faded? I’m sure you have at least one. You get your hands on some old photos from your grandparents or parents and they’re all faded out, the colors are dull, and the pictures are in terrible condition.
So what can be done? Can these beautiful memories ever be restored to their former glory?
A faded photo is a picture that has lost its color and definition due to age. The colors are dull, the photos may have white spots on them from where they’ve been exposed to light for too long or even water damage over time if it was stored improperly in an album with other photographs of different sizes stacked together without any protective sleeves between each one.
There are a few different ways to tell if your photo is faded. You can tell if your photos are fading by looking at the color. If you look at a photo from far away and it looks dull, that’s a sign that the colors have faded. Fading is also characterized by a loss of detail in darker areas or a general overall color shift.