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Subject: Re: photos
Date: Tue, 11 Aug 2009 22:49:17 -0400
On Tue, 11 Aug 2009 21:08:01 -0400, Keith Nuttle
>Many old photos have come into my possesion. Unfortunately other than
>knowing that it is one large family of inlaws, they are not individually
> identified. Many of these pictures are of couples.
>While I can guess what a person looked like twenty years before, it
>would be nice to alter the pictures to see what they may have looked like.
>Does anyone know of any free or nearly free software program that would
>do acceptable age regression of a person in a photo.
These people will do it for "only" $99 per photo:
There is a free web-based tool here:
Some of the background on age progression and regression is here:
(note that age regression appears to be more art than science - in
other words, you're more likely to need an artist than a program).
Here's an article on forensic age progression:
A tutorial on using PhotoShop to "un-age" a photo: